Still Hesitant?

Kristen T.

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Kristen T. is an executive assistant in the System Administration Department for Thompson Health. When the vaccine was first offered to Thompson associates, she was in the first trimester of her first pregnancy. [Read more]

Alyson F.

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Alyson F. is a cook in Nutrition Services.

She joined Thompson Health in March of this year and the vaccine was available to her, but she wasn’t open to getting it yet. She wanted more information first.

James T.

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James T. is the director of Nutrition Services for Thompson Health, overseeing meals for hospitalized patients and nursing home residents as well as the cafeteria for staff and visitors. [Read More]

Traci V.

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Traci V. is a certified nursing assistant on the Lakeview avenue in the M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center and has worked at the “CCC” for 17 years. She did not get the COVID vaccine immediately after it was first offered, but her hesitancy lasted only a few days.  [Read More]

Kathy L.

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Kathy L. of Environmental Services works on a “float” basis in Thompson Hospital every other weekend but works mostly on the Pines avenue in the M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center. [Read More]

Petya S.

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Petya S. is a certified nursing assistant on the Gardens avenue in the M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center. Newly licensed, started at Thompson about a month before the pandemic hit. In June of 2020, she learned she was pregnant with her second child. Six months later, she and all other Thompson associates were offered the vaccine. [Read More]

Meghan G.

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Meghan G. is a social worker in the M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center.

As a breastfeeding mother, she was hesitant to get the vaccine. She read several articles, and wondered about possible effects on the baby and on her fertility. [Read More]

Kerry W.

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Kerry W. is the assistant nurse manager on the M.M. Ewing Continuing Care Center’s Skilled Transitional Unit, which became the facility’s COVID-19 unit for a period of time following an outbreak that began around the holidays. [Read More]