Elmhurst Hospital to Host COVID-19 Virtual Town Hall Nov. 19

November 18, 2020 | by the Elmhurst University COVID-19 Task Force

The following message was sent by President Troy VanAken to the campus community on Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020:

To the Campus Community:

I hope you all are safe and well. I wanted to let you know that tomorrow (Thursday) evening, Elmhurst Hospital will host a virtual community town hall to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic and its local impact. The town hall will feature Elmhurst Hospital leaders and medical staff, as well as Elmhurst Mayor Steve Morley.

As members of the Elmhurst community, on campus and beyond, you’re welcome to attend. More information, including how to access the town hall, is below.


COVID-19 Virtual Community Town Hall

Thursday, Nov. 19
7:00–8:00 p.m.

Join Mary Lou Mastro (System CEO) and Dr. Sanjeeb Khatua (Chief Physician Executive and COVID-19 Incident Commander) as they provide an update on how Elmhurst Hospital and Edward-Elmhurst Health are handling the surge of coronavirus cases.

They’ll be joined by Elmhurst Mayor Steve Morley, who will discuss the impact COVID-19 is having on his city.

In addition, a team of Edward-Elmhurst Health medical experts will have the latest information on testing, treatment and development of a vaccine.

Prior to and during the Town Hall, you can submit questions to the participants at Coronavirus@EEHealth.org, or use the Webex Chat Box feature during the Town Hall.

To join the Town Hall by phone:

Call: 312-535-8110
Access code: 146 328 9090

Event password (if needed): 2222



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