N.H. Anesthesiologists lead Tele-Intensive Care Unit innovation
By Staff | Aug 1, 2020
Physician anesthesiologists have been on the frontlines caring for COVID-19 patients throughout the country, but in New Hampshire physicians have innovated with a Tele-Intensive Care Unit (TeleICU) hub to collaborate with physicians in rural hospitals to ensure infected patients from across the state get critical care expertise at no expense while receiving care close to home. Shown in photo, anesthesiologist Athos Rassias, M.D., works with a beside team at Monadnock Regional Hospital in Peterborough, NH, from the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Connected Care Center for TeleHealth TeleICU hub at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon.
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