Tag: COVID19


Telemedicine: What is it and why is it important to understand during this time? Healthcare organizations are doing all they can to limit the number of patients coming in and out of their facilities, but many of these patients still need consultations and follow up care. In order to navigate around this, many organizations are […]

Cancer and COVID

Cancer and COVID: How are life-threatening diagnoses being handled during the COVID-19 pandemic? Cancellations. Restrictions. Office Closures. All these things have reached an all-time high as our country battles the Coronavirus pandemic. Now is a time, more than ever, to fear getting a diagnosis that requires further workup, surgery, etc. The surgeon general has canceled […]

International Barriers

I can relate from personal experience, the difficulties getting accustomed to new a new atmosphere, new culture and just trying to stay afloat in a new life. The US healthcare system is challenging enough for native American speakers, add any language barrier and it becomes almost impossible to understand.  My parents migrated to the US […]


By now you are probably very familiar with the word COVID19. And have heard various different opinions and may be confused as to what to believe. Here are some basics of what you need to know. If you have an underlying medical problem such as cancer, diabetes or are immunocompromised and need direction on who […]