COVID is Surging. Here's What to Do.
COVID-19 cases are spiking at concerning rates and the fast-spreading Omicron will become the dominant variant. Here's how you can do your part in turning the tide right now.
5 Things to Know About the Omicron Variant
On November 26, 2021, the World Health Organization classified the B.1.1.529 Omicron as a variant of concern. Here are 5 things to know right now about Omicron in Connecticut.
Do the Flu and COVID Vaccines Play Nice Together?
Yes, you can get your COVID vaccine with your flu shot. Here are 5 things you should know right now about flu season, from Stamford Health's Dr. Asha Shah, infectious diseases physician.
5 Things to Know About the Delta Variant
COVID-19 is far from over. Here are 5 things you should know right now according to Stamford Health's infectious disease experts.
A Letter of Gratitude from Stamford High School
The following letter was sent to the Stamford Hospital Foundation along with a generous donation. Read the full blog from Kathleen Silard, President & CEO of Stamford Health, for more.
Pregnancy and Breastfeeding During COVID-19
Many expectant mothers have questions around pregnancy and breastfeeding during COVID-19. Stamford Health Obstetrics and Maternity leadership has the answers in our blog.
The COVID-19 Vaccine: Myths, Truths and the Bottom Line
Stamford Health’s infectious diseases experts weigh in on some of the most misunderstood beliefs about the COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more in our blog.
What to Know if You're Having a Procedure at Stamford Hospital
Discover what steps Stamford Health takes to protect you from COVID-19 when you come for a medical procedure.
Prepare for a New Wave of Hospital Patients in a Post-COVID-19 World
Since the pandemic, many important diagnoses have gone undetected due to people delaying care out of fear of COVID-19. Kathleen Silard, President & CEO of Stamford Health, discusses how we all combat this second ‘pandemic’ of delayed care.
Now That You're Fully Vaccinated
The CDC recently changed a few guidelines when it comes to being around others and traveling. If you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, these apply to you. Learn more in the blog.