“This removes any financial barriers to accessing care and treatment, which is part of our ongoing commitment to care for all people in need, with high-quality care, regardless of their ability to pay,” Mercy Health told 19 News.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the Ohio House has introduced a bill on Monday requiring an emergency medical services worker to be promptly notified if they treated or transported a patient who is presumed positive for a contagious or infectious disease and to declare an emergency.
The state has deemed collision centers an essential business but DCR Systems in Mentor and Brook Park has developed software for the insurance company and introduced an app for the customer that eliminates all contact.
As a police officer you always want as much information as possible when you are going on a call, and in these times, the information required involves issues like flu symptoms, fever and shortness of breath.
Hundreds of people across our state have tested positive for COVID-19, and its affecting people of all ages. One young woman from Akron has been battling the virus for nearly two weeks and she is finally feeling better.
Even though Cleveland fans won’t be packing Progressive Field to watch the Indians take on the Detroit Tigers today on what was supposed to be Opening Day, the MLB is making sure you can still get your baseball fix as the coronavirus pandemic suspends the season.
A family member sent Joshua Wilson a curious Facebook message that contained a link to what looked like the census bureau.“The message stated that if you didn’t fill out the 2020 census form you wouldn’t get a stimulus check,” Wilson said.
As Ohio residents are ordered to stay at home to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, community organizer LakewoodAlive is launching Light the Lakewood Night, “a community solidarity initiative designed to convey optimism and togetherness during the COVID-19 crisis.”