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New York's Mount Sinai Establishes Inpatient Unit

New York's Mount Sinai Establishes Inpatient Unit The AIDS Cluster New York's Mount Sinai Establishes Inpatient Unit By Mia Oberlink all New York City hospitals, Mount Sinai Medical Center has been feeling the pressures of the growing numbers of AIDS and HIV-related cases as well as the demographic shift from homosexuals to intravenous drug abusers (IVDAs). One of the country's leading teaching and research institutions, Mount Sinai has been able to draw on its existing resources as well as Like with a variety of clinical services, oppor¬ tunities to participate in clinical trials, and comprehensive education programs. develop new ones to provide patients AIDS Cluster Established After much discussion about whether designate a specific area for AIDS pa¬ tients, and after examining what other hospitals with longer-term experience in AIDS patient care, such as San Francisco General Hospital, were doing, Mount Sinai decided to create the AIDS Cluster, to a Members of the AIDS Cluster staff discuss plans for the unit. They are (left to right): William Davis, R.N., AIDS clinical specialist; Anja Laine, R.N., staff nurse; Angelo Morales, unit clerk; Susan Walsh, R.N., staff nurse; Tom McHugh, nursing assistant; Beverly Simpson, R.N., S.C.N.; Kathy Wade, A.C.S.W., former social worker for the unit; and Donald http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png AIDS Patient Care Mary Ann Liebert

New York's Mount Sinai Establishes Inpatient Unit

AIDS Patient Care , Volume 2 (2) – Apr 1, 1988

New York's Mount Sinai Establishes Inpatient Unit

AIDS Patient Care , Volume 2 (2) – Apr 1, 1988

Abstract

The AIDS Cluster New York's Mount Sinai Establishes Inpatient Unit By Mia Oberlink all New York City hospitals, Mount Sinai Medical Center has been feeling the pressures of the growing numbers of AIDS and HIV-related cases as well as the demographic shift from homosexuals to intravenous drug abusers (IVDAs). One of the country's leading teaching and research institutions, Mount Sinai has been able to draw on its existing resources as well as Like with a variety of clinical services, oppor¬ tunities to participate in clinical trials, and comprehensive education programs. develop new ones to provide patients AIDS Cluster Established After much discussion about whether designate a specific area for AIDS pa¬ tients, and after examining what other hospitals with longer-term experience in AIDS patient care, such as San Francisco General Hospital, were doing, Mount Sinai decided to create the AIDS Cluster, to a Members of the AIDS Cluster staff discuss plans for the unit. They are (left to right): William Davis, R.N., AIDS clinical specialist; Anja Laine, R.N., staff nurse; Angelo Morales, unit clerk; Susan Walsh, R.N., staff nurse; Tom McHugh, nursing assistant; Beverly Simpson, R.N., S.C.N.; Kathy Wade, A.C.S.W., former social worker for the unit; and Donald

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Publisher
Mary Ann Liebert
Copyright
Copyright 1988 Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
Subject
The AIDS Cluster
ISSN
0893-5068
eISSN
1557-7449
DOI
10.1089/apc.1988.2.26
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Abstract

The AIDS Cluster New York's Mount Sinai Establishes Inpatient Unit By Mia Oberlink all New York City hospitals, Mount Sinai Medical Center has been feeling the pressures of the growing numbers of AIDS and HIV-related cases as well as the demographic shift from homosexuals to intravenous drug abusers (IVDAs). One of the country's leading teaching and research institutions, Mount Sinai has been able to draw on its existing resources as well as Like with a variety of clinical services, oppor¬ tunities to participate in clinical trials, and comprehensive education programs. develop new ones to provide patients AIDS Cluster Established After much discussion about whether designate a specific area for AIDS pa¬ tients, and after examining what other hospitals with longer-term experience in AIDS patient care, such as San Francisco General Hospital, were doing, Mount Sinai decided to create the AIDS Cluster, to a Members of the AIDS Cluster staff discuss plans for the unit. They are (left to right): William Davis, R.N., AIDS clinical specialist; Anja Laine, R.N., staff nurse; Angelo Morales, unit clerk; Susan Walsh, R.N., staff nurse; Tom McHugh, nursing assistant; Beverly Simpson, R.N., S.C.N.; Kathy Wade, A.C.S.W., former social worker for the unit; and Donald

Journal

AIDS Patient CareMary Ann Liebert

Published: Apr 1, 1988

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