The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services reported Friday that a group of plan and development specialists from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was being sent to six Los Angeles County hospitals.
The groups will assess and, where vital, update oxygen conveyance frameworks with an end goal to reduce the pressure brought about by the volume of oxygen stream needed to treat the consistently expanding number of patients conceded with respiratory issues because of COVID-19.
“The State of California is persistently attempting to help our hospitals and secure the lives of Californians affected by COVID-19,” Mark Ghilarducci, overseer of the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, said. “By attempting to overhaul tested oxygen conveyance frameworks at these more established hospitals, we can improve the capacity to convey life-supporting clinical consideration to the individuals who need it.”
The groups will give office evaluations, specialized help, designing skill and contracting and development the executives uphold as needed at the accompanying hospitals:
> Adventist Health White Memorial Hospital, Los Angeles
> Beverly Community Hospital, Montebello
> Emanate Health Queen of the Valley Hospital, West Covina
> Lakewood Regional Medical Center, Lakewood
> Mission Community Hospital, Panorama City
> PIH Health Hospital, Downey
The Army Corps groups are required to start beginning appraisals when Saturday.