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Saint Vincent Hospital Implements “Code Strong”-a New Way to Celebrate COVID-19 Discharges

May 1, 2020
CharlesWorcester, MA - April 21, 2020- Saint Vincent Hospital celebrates its first “Code Strong”. It’s a new way to honor patients who are treated for COVID-19 at Saint Vincent Hospital with a cheerful ceremony as they are being discharged. 

Saint Vincent Hospital’s team of caretakers are working around the clock to provide the best possible outcomes for patients. Everyone is excited to celebrate success stories of patients who return home to their loved-ones after battling this virus in the hospital. 

Pictured here is Charles, a patient who was on Unit 33.

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