One year ago, the COVID-19 pandemic slammed Hudson Regional Hospital. In April 2020, the hospital was turned into a COVID-19 ward, struggling to find beds for new admissions. Today, there are only 8 patients with COVID-19 throughout the entire hospital, and unused beds line the walls, a stark difference from a year ago. While the virus surges, driven by new, highly infectious variants, statewide hospital admissions are up 28%, but Hudson Regional Hospital is confident in its ability to respond and care for Hudson County.
Check out the whole segment on NJ Spotlight News below.