Nurses of the Emergency Department

Nurses of the ED | Making the most of an ED visit | What is LIFE STAR? Podcasts 

A fascinating peek into the day-to-day workings of the emergency departments at two Connecticut hospitals - one large, one small - as seen through the nurses' eyes. 

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Inside the emergency departments of Hartford Hospital and Windham Hospital with nurses Dawn Lutecki and Dre Shepard. 


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Making the most of your visit to an emergency department

It's a comfort knowing an emergency department is nearby in the event of an accident or sudden illness. These tips will help you prepare for your visit if time allows. 


What is LIFE STAR?

When it comes to saving lives, the sky is no limit for LIFE STAR, Hartford HealthCare's air ambulance and flying intensive care unit. 

LIFE STAR's two aircraft are staffed by highly trained clinical providers, who work to transport the region's most critically ill and injured patients to tertiary care hospitals in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York and beyond. 

 

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