How a New Mexico hospital rebelled against its bosses as Covid-19 hit


Questionable leadership led to severe staff shortages, said rebelling staff, and a hospital in disarray

In the past two weeks, one Covid-19 patient died following what several staff physicians described as gross mismanagement by healthcare workers at Rehoboth McKinley Christian hospital. Another patient suffered severe brain damage when a ventilator was improperly adjusted, according to those same physicians. And the hospital’s critical care doctor, the only critical care physician in McKinley county, resigned, citing patient safety concerns.

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