LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) – Health officials file complaints about a reopened transfer center meant to help Nebraska hospitals find places to send patients who need additional care as COVID-19 cases have increased in recent weeks.
Officials at Lincoln’s Bryan Health and small hospitals across the state have complained that the transfer center has not proved useful in recent cases where very ill patients have to go to a larger hospital, the transfer center reported. Lincoln Journal Star. In some cases, hospital staff have said they received no help from the system and instead had to make numerous calls on their own to find an intensive care bed.