Medscape October 28, 2020
Larry Beresford

Christopher Pribula, MD, a hospitalist at Sanford Broadway Medical Center in Fargo, North Dakota, didn’t anticipate becoming his hospital’s resident expert on COVID. Having just returned from vacation in March, he agreed to cover for a colleague on what would become the special care unit. “When our hospital medicine group decided that it would be the COVID unit, I just ran with it,” he said. Pribula spent the next 18 days doing 8- to 14-hour shifts and learning as much as he could as the hospital — and the nation — wrestled with the pandemic.

“Because I was the first hospitalist, along with our infectious disease specialist, Dr Avish Nagpal, to really engage with the virus, people came to me...

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