Fox Business host says he ‘wouldn’t be here’ without the Covid-19 vaccine


After being hospitalized with “Covid pneumonia” for weeks, fox business host Neil Cavuto said he ‘wouldn’t be here’ if he hadn’t been vaccinated against the coronavirus, in today’s Hospital and Health Industry News in Florida and New York.

  • Florida: Health HCA announced on Monday that Lisa Nummi would take over as CEO of Citrus Memorial Hospital in Inverness, Fla., beginning March 21. Nummi, who currently serves as COO of Blake Medical Center in Bradenton, Fla., will step into her new role following the retirement of Ginger Carroll. Both Citrus Memorial and Blake Medical are part of HCA West Florida. Prior to joining Blake Medical in 2019, Nummi served as COO of HCA Sunrise Medical Center and Sunrise Children’s Hospital, in Las Vegas. (gooch, Becker Hospital Review02/22)
  • new York: fox business Host Neil Cavuto revealed on Monday that he had been hospitalized with “Covid pneumonia” for weeks. “It landed me in intensive care for quite a while and it was really a touch-and-go,” said Cavuto, who is fully vaccinated but immunocompromised. “Let’s be clear: the doctors say that if I hadn’t been vaccinated at all, I wouldn’t be here.” Although he was infected with the coronavirus last year, Cavuto noted that this infection was “much more serious” than the previous one. “Because I had cancer and currently have multiple sclerosis, I am among the vulnerable three percent of the population who cannot fully experience the benefits of a vaccine,” he said. added. (Falconer, Axios02/21)
  • new York: Community Memorial Hospital last week announced that Diane Chase would be retiring as vice president of clinical services and chief nursing officer. Chase, who has worked at the hospital for 33 years, has served as its chief nursing officer since 2021. “Diane has served Community Memorial and the Hamilton community with the utmost skill, dedication and commitment,” said the president and chief. of the administration of the Community Memorial Hospital. Jeffrey Coakley. “On behalf of our hospital’s board of directors and our entire team, I thank her for her services and wish her an excellent retirement. (Ellison, Becker Hospital Review02/21)

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