Get Facts (Not Hype) About the Ebola Virus at Saint Mary’s Hospital Public Lecture
What are the symptoms? How does it spread? What are the risks?
Since the spring, the Ebola virus has been making headlines around the world. Do you have questions? Get them answered by an expert – Dr. Michael F. Simms, Director of Infectious Disease and Infection Prevention at Saint Mary’s Hospital.
Dr. Simms will present “Ebola 2014,” an in-depth look at:
The history of Ebola, and the status of the virus in 2014
The clinical presentation of Ebola, and symptoms common to the disease as it progresses in a patient The identification, isolation, challenges and treatment of Ebola in the US and Africa. This lecture is free and open to the public. The lecture is being held on Thursday, November 20 at 3:30pm in the Saint Mary’s Hospital Conference Center Auditorium at 95 Union Street.
Would you like to know more about the Ebola virus? Join the hospital on Thursday for this informative presentation with Dr. Michael Simms.
Thursday November 20 at 3:30pm
Saint Mary’s Conference Center Auditorium
Hosted by Dr. Michael F. Simms, Director of Infectious Disease and Infection Prevention