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(INTELLIHUB) — You would think during a major pandemic that hospitals would be full to the brim and overflowing with patients and people waiting to get tested. However, hospitals across the country appear to be ghost towns.
Executive Director of Lenox Health in Lower West Manhattan Alex Hellinger claims that the medical pavilion has increased its ambulance presence in and around Greenwich Village and maintains patient volume is continually increasing and is at an all-time high.
A statement posted to the emergency care facility’s official website from the executive director reads:
With patient volume continually increasing and overall patient traffic at an all-time high, we have increased our ambulance presence in and around Greenwich Village. In the future, we plan to open additional physician offices, an outpatient physical therapy center and more.
However, it’s a lie and couldn’t be further from the truth.
The following video was captured on Friday, April 10, 2020: