Our top priority at Soliant is not only that our partnered healthcare facilities are operating as effectively as possible during the outbreak of COVID-19, but also the health and safety of our employees working on the frontlines.
As the current COVID-19 situation continues to unfold in the United States, Soliant will continue to monitor the guidelines provided by the Center for Disease Control, World Health Organization, and local and state governing bodies. In addition to these overarching guidelines, we also ask that our healthcare professionals are following the procedures set in place at their facility.
During this period of uncertainty, we encourage healthcare facilities and healthcare professionals to reach out to their Soliant account executive if they have questions or additional needs.
This post will also host any important updates from Soliant as the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve.
Important COVID-19 Resources
CDC: COVID-19 Homepage
CDC: COVID-19 Basic Information
CDC Information for Healthcare Facilities
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