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All IN: Are Indiana's Hospitals Ready?


We’re weeks into the coronavirus pandemic hitting the United States, and Indiana, but every day continues to bring more questions with it. In recent days, a growing number of those questions are about hospitals. How many beds, protective masks, and other supplies will be needed? And how much worse is it going to get?

We talk to leaders from Eskenazi Health about the situation right now, and what they expect for the coming weeks. We talk about what Indiana can learn from other places dealing with the pandemic, and whether our healthcare system knows just how much to scale up its efforts. 

Produced by Drew Daudelin. 


David Crabb
Chief Medical Officer, Eskenazi Health

Graham Carlos
Chief of Internal Medicine, Eskenazi Health

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