Courage, persistence, determination. These are qualities that define humankind and that will see us through the pandemic. Patients are recovering. Progress in treating COVID-19 is being made. Focusing on the positive helps create the reality we all want to live in. Thus we share these stories.
Grateful to be alive: Ernesto Castro lives to tell his story about surviving COVID-19
A 35-year-old father of two spent 10 days at UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies being treated for COVID-19. He was in a medically induced coma and on a respirator. He is now home and recuperating.
COVID-19 research in Colorado: Scientists, doctors race to solve coronavirus mysteries
Colorado COVID-19 researchers are assembling a biorepository to better understand why the disease attacks some people and not others. Plus clinical trials aim to test therapies that might help fight COVID-19.
Hundreds of patients with COVID-19 recover and leave UCHealth hospitals
Health workers celebrate every time a patient gets to leave the hospital. They are urging Coloradans to keep staying home and reducing the spread of the coronavirus.
Quiet heroes: Hospital housekeepers on the front lines of COVID-19
Our environmental services teams are a key part of fighting the pandemic. Meet two of these inspiring staff members who work at UCHealth Memorial Hospital in Colorado Springs.