Dr. Duncan Grossman, a medical resident in Brooklyn, has a stage-one pressure ulcer on his nose from long hours wearing an N95 mask.
A daffodil for each recovered patient: Maimonides adorns windows with faux flowers to spark hopeExternal link icon
A couple hundred flower decals have gone a long way for Maimonides Medical Center, where staffers have lined the windows with nearly 1,000 makeshift daffodils
Doctors reveal what it was like at the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic during New York’s deadliest monthExternal link icon
As the coronavirus pandemic reached its peak in New York, the overhead announcements at Maimonides Medical Center became a grim reminder of the disease's toll
Hospitals Are Intubating Fewer Patients, Governor Says. Here’s One Possible ExplanationExternal link icon
Dr. Mark Ramzy, Resident Physician at Maimonides Medical Center, treats patients in the Intensive Care Unit. He explains patients with the initial cases of the new coronavirus...
At Maimonides Medical Center, mourning the loss of a teammate and noting small winsExternal link icon
The morning call was a mix of emotions for those attending at Maimonides Medical Center.
NBC’s Harry Smith paints a picture of the inside of Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York, as 80% of the hospital is now dedicated to treating COVID-19 patients
Inside the eerily quiet COVID-19 ward at Brooklyn’s Maimonides Hospital where intrepid staff are testing new life-saving measures on the critically ill and warn of a ‘concerning’ rise in healthy, young patients on ventilatorsExternal link icon
A hospital at the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic opened its doors to DailyMail.com for an inside look at its COVID-19
Physicians and nurses who care for those with coronavirus struggle to balance their public mission and personal lives; ‘It feels like I’m back in a war zone’
ABC’s World News Tonight Dr. Paul Saunders is Recognized as the “Person of the Week”External link icon
Heart surgeon returns to treat sickest COVID-19 patients after recovering from virus
A global pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed at least 12,893 people in the United States