GREENSBORO, N.C. — Hospitals across the country have dedicated a portion of their facilities to treat patients with coronavirus. Some facilities even use entire buildings for the effort.
That’s what Cone Health in Greensboro has done. The health care network converted the Green Valley Campus to care for severely ill COVID-19 patients. When Cone announced the temporary change in mid-April, it wrote it was to “help meet the anticipated increase in the volume of infected patients in the days and weeks ahead.”
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