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Treatment, Triage and Tenderness

Dr. Guy A. Giordano (left) says that Hassan was the sickest patient at the Ebola Treatment Unit to survive. Giordano is a family physician in Williamsport and a part-time instructor in the college's Physician Assistant Program.
Dr. Guy A. Giordano (left) says that Hassan was the sickest patient at the Ebola Treatment Unit to survive. Giordano is a family physician in Williamsport and a part-time instructor in the college’s Physician Assistant Program.

From the Winter 2015 One College Avenue: In Sierra Leone, a part-time member of the physician assistant faculty lent his skill to help in an Ebola Treatment Unit. “Those patients were suffering terribly, and they bore their suffering with quiet patience,” recalls Dr. Guy A. Giordano. Read “Treatment, Triage and Tenderness.”

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