Colorado hospital ‘Superheroes’ honored for work during pandemic
The Colorado Hospital Association is honoring a group they call “Superheroes” of the pandemic. Kimberly Flynn is one of those people honored by the Colorado Hospital Association and American Sentinel University. Flynn is a safety officer at Vail Health Hospital. When COVID first appeared, Vail Health Hospital got its incident command up and running quickly. “We initiated our incident command here at Vail Health actually last January. We started preparing for the pandemic,” Flynn said. “The pandemic definitely forced a lot of adaptations and teamwork. It really made me realize just how important your incident command structure is, and your training,” Flynn said.”:
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