Morning Edition (NPR) Features The AHS COVID-19 Memory Archive

Alameda Health System CEO James Jackson spoke to Morning Edition (NPR/KQED) about The AHS COVID-19 Memory Archive. Listen to the clip to learn more about this archive of short oral history interviews, memories, and materials that reflect AHS’s experience of the COVID-19 pandemic, as described by the frontline workers, physicians, nurses, administrators, telephone operators, chaplains, [...]

The Oaklandside Features AHS’s COVID-19 Memory Archive

Launched the day the national COVID emergency was lifted, the multimedia project chronicles the experiences of health care workers during the pandemic’s toughest days. Originally published on The Oaklandside. Anh Ho, an EKG technician at the Wilma Chan Highland Hospital Campus in East Oakland, has not forgotten what it felt like to contract COVID-19 for [...]

2023-05-26T08:07:55+00:00May 16th, 2023|Categories: Media Coverage of AHS|Tags: , |

Alameda Health System Publishes the AHS COVID-19 Memory Archive

The archive features short oral history interviews with the health care workers who were on the frontline of COVID-19 in Alameda County, California. May 11, 2023 – Oakland, CA – Alameda Health System (AHS) has published an AHS COVID-19 Memory Archive to commemorate the end of the COVID-19 state of emergency on May 11, 2023. Earlier in [...]

2023-05-11T18:47:15+00:00May 11th, 2023|Categories: AHS Press Releases, Featured|Tags: |