KMBC: Saint Luke's East nurse manager shares stories of hope, COVID-19 patients going home

April 10, 2020

The Progressive Care Unit at Saint Luke's East Hospital is sharing moments of joy and hope as COVID-19 patients leave healthy enough to go home.

KMBC talked to Carrie Willis, the PCU nurse manager at Saint Luke's East, about why the team captured the videos to share with others.

"It feels really good, and it's been exciting for the team to be able to spread some good news and some cheer in the midst of all of this fear and anxiety-ridden time," said Willis.

"Lots of numbersof folksare getting to go home, even after being sick enough to be in the hospital, and it was just cause for celebration," said Willis.

Watch the full story below.

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