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‘Grady is full’: Hospital CEO says they may have to make ‘tough choices’ on providing care – WXIA

There have been a total of 62 patients at the Georgia World Congress Center makeshift hospital, which is being serviced by Grady.




ATLANTA Grady Health System CEO had a simple message on Wednesday: “Grady is full.”
John M. Haupert said virtually every hospital in the state is dealing with an “unprecedented need for hospitalizations due to the virus.”
He said that for nearly two weeks, their daily count of COVID-19 patients has exceeded their peak numbers from late last summer. 
“If admissions continue to climb, I worry we will face what hospitals in other states grapple with tough choices on providing care,” Haupert said. 

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