Dr. Tanski Interviewed about Javits Center Work
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As chief medical officer, he’s not treating patients, which currently number around 350. He’s running the facility, trying to make it work for its doctors and nurses, overwhelmingly members of the military — whom he noted are wearing personal protective equipment over long, intense shifts — and patients, the majority of whom are not critically ill.
“Every day there’s a new challenge,” said Tanski, who also is involved in overseeing medical treatment being provided on the U.S. Navy hospital ship Comfort, a floating COVID-19 field hospital docked at Manhattan’s Pier 90.