BayCare Clinic in the News: Don’t wait to be treated for non-COVID illness
Tue, Apr 28, 2020
Dr. Mark Kroll, an urgent care physician with BayCare Clinic, and Dr. Ziad Darkhabani, an interventional neurologist with Aurora BayCare, were both interviewed via Skype for a WBAY Channel 2 News story encouraging people to seek medical assistance for their ailments without delay.
“We’re all masking appropriately. I would be very comfortable coming here, myself or one of my family members, based on how many times things are cleaned and wiped down,” Kroll tells WBAY.
It’s also important to check on elderly family members to ensure they aren’t in need of medical care amid COVID-19’s social distancing.
“The biggest fear we have is that those patients are suffering or dying without us knowing what’s going on. We need the social distance to be a good tool to prevent disease, not to make it a tool to affect patient quality of life,” Darkhabani says.
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