State Reaching Back Out To Recruit Qualified Staff For California Health CorpsBoth San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties say they're running out of traditional ICU beds and need more staff, so where are the state's touted Health Corps workers?
California Health Corps Questions Remain Unanswered As Hospitals Face COVID-19 SurgesSurgery nurses stood alongside their families outside of UC Davis Medical Center Thursday in a call for help. They say coronavirus cases are surging but there is not enough staff to respond.
California Health Corps Not Used Amid ICU Capacity Crisis In San Joaquin CountyHospitals and ICUs are filling up in San Joaquin County, limiting access to emergency care. ICUs in the county are at 138% capacity.
Why Is The State Using Federal Medical Teams Instead Of Health Corps?Instead of using the California Health Corps for local emergency staffing, the state is tapping federal medical teams to help.
How Much Does The California Health Corps Cost? State Provides Incomplete DataWhen the governor created the California Health Corps to help treat the influx of COVID-19 patients that never arrived, there were a lot of questions about how much it would cost taxpayers and how the corps would be used.
As Thousands Join The Coronavirus Fight, There Are Few Rules For California Health CorpsAs tens of thousands of retired health care workers and medical and nursing students sign up for the newly established California Health Corps, almost nothing is known about how it will operate, how much it will cost and whether taxpayers will be liable for any malpractice.
'We Want You:' Governor Recruits Medical Workers In Anticipation Of Coronavirus SurgeGovernor Gavin Newsom wants to be prepared for the anticipated surge of people who will be diagnosed with coronavirus in the coming weeks.