Doug Cropper

https://coronavirus.iowa.gov/pages/rmcc-data / Iowa Department of Public Health

Most employees of Genesis Health System have returned to work and continue to take care of patients during the coronavirus pandemic. Michelle O'Neill reports the President and CEO of Genesis wants people in the Quad Cities to know they can help end it.

http://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/hospitalization-utilization / IDPH

While continuing to take care of COVID-19 patients, Quad Cities hospitals and clinics are also getting ready to resume elective health care. 

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Despite caring for patients with COVID-19, local hospitals are half full and losing money. But even though the pandemic is ruining the budget, Doug Cropper, the head of Genesis Health System, is in no hurry for business to return to normal.

Michelle O'Neill reports Genesis operates six hospitals in the Quad Cities area. And while many employees have been quarantined at home, others have taken on new responsibilities.

https://covid19.healthdata.org/united-states-of-america/iowa / Institute for Health Metrics & Evaluation

Hospital employees in the Quad Cities are caring for dozens of COVID-19 patients.

Michelle O'Neill reports they're prepared to take care of many more.


River Bandits Win Charity Award

Sep 5, 2019
Zach Wilson, WVIK News

The Quad Cities River Bandits’ charitable work has not gone unnoticed. On Thursday at Modern Woodmen Park, Ballpark Digest honored the team with its award for “Best Commitment to Charity.”

Two organizations have teamed up to help the Quad Cities recover from the flood. Genesis Health System and the Quad Cities River Bandits have raised $100,000 to give to local organizations that assist individuals, families, and businesses.

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150 years of history in 100 feet - that's the new display unveiled Thursday at Genesis Health System's east campus in Davenport. 

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