New ophthalmologist at Short Hills hospital ‘was in the dark’ about fatal COVID-19 coronavirus eye test

A new ophthalmoscope technician at Short Hill Hospital in Greensboro, North Carolina, was in the “dark” about a fatal COVI-19 eye test, a report says.

The New York Times reports the ophthalmic specialist, who worked at the hospital from March to June 2016, did not take a COVID test for two months after her last exposure.

The doctor was at the scene of a suspected COVI infection at the time, the Times reports.

The ophthalmia specialist did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

“A few months ago she did a COVI test, which she passed.

But she did not disclose the result, the report says, citing a source familiar with the matter.

She said, ‘No, no, I don’t have to disclose it.’ “

She was in disbelief.

She said, ‘No, no, I don’t have to disclose it.’

The nurse then told her to call her supervisor and let her know,” the report continues.

The nurse also reported the COVI case to hospital officials and alerted the local health department, according the Times report.

The report says the ocular specialist was suspended for two days from her duties at the clinic, and her supervisor was informed of the issue.

“Our office is committed to providing a safe and compassionate environment for our patients and we are committed to doing so as quickly as possible to ensure that this patient receives the care and treatment she needs.” “

The hospital has been hit by a spike in COVID cases in recent weeks, with at least 30 confirmed cases reported in the past two weeks. “

Our office is committed to providing a safe and compassionate environment for our patients and we are committed to doing so as quickly as possible to ensure that this patient receives the care and treatment she needs.”

The hospital has been hit by a spike in COVID cases in recent weeks, with at least 30 confirmed cases reported in the past two weeks.

Many of those infections have been attributed to infected patients who had already been hospitalized.

The number of COVID tests performed at Short Hills has jumped from about 60 to more than 100 in the last week, the hospital said.