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A 98-Year-Old COVID-19 Survivor is Named a Worcester Healthcare Hero After Being Discharged from Saint Vincent Hospital

Jun 5, 2020

a-98-year-old-covid-19-survivorSaint Vincent Hospital congratulates Patricia Perron, a former patient and a COVID-19 survivor, who is recently named a Healthcare Hero by the City of Worcester. Patricia was grateful to have been discharged from the hospital this week after battling the virus. Unit 34 and the team at Saint Vincent Hospital is honored to have cared for her and everyone wishes her continued health.

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