Nurses Share Their Experience Treating COVID-19 Patients

Illinois now has more than 22,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and nearly 800 deaths statewide.

At Overwhelmed Harlem Hospital, Boise Nurse Says She’s ‘Not Delivering Nursing Excellence’
A medical worker stands outside a COVID-19 screening tent in New York City. (Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images)
At Overwhelmed Harlem Hospital, Boise Nurse Says She’s ‘Not Delivering Nursing Excellence’
A medical worker stands outside a COVID-19 screening tent in New York City. (Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images)

Nurses Share Their Experience Treating COVID-19 Patients

Illinois now has more than 22,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and nearly 800 deaths statewide.

For months, nurses across the country have been working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. But many are concerned about hospitals becoming overwhelmed with patients and supply shortages.

Reset checks-in with two nurses working in the intensive care unit at Northwestern Memorial Hospital to discuss their experience caring for some of the most critically-ill patients.

GUESTS: Sarita Mazurowski, registered nurse and clinical coordinator for the medical ICU at Northwestern Memorial Hospital

Patrice Rosenberg, clinical nurse in the medical ICU at Northwestern Memorial Hospital