In the weeks since the first confirmed case of Ebola in the United States, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas has been overwhelmed with patients with the virus.
As the crisis unfolds, more than 60 new patients have tested positive.
The Dallas Health Care System is struggling to keep pace.
Here’s what you need to know about the hospital’s handling of Ebola patients.
The Ebola patient tracker The hospital is tracking nearly 1,000 Ebola patients who are in isolation at Dallas Health care facilities across the country.
The patients are monitored by a team of infectious disease experts who help coordinate care with other health care professionals.
A team of about 10 people with Ebola is also monitoring a group of patients who have recently returned from the United Kingdom and who have had contact with a health care worker.
The team uses a technology called the Ebola Response Management System to help the health care provider communicate with the patient.
The patient tracking team includes nurses and nurses’ aides, health care workers, doctors and other healthcare professionals.
They also coordinate with the Department of State Health Services, the Texas Department of Public Safety, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, and the Texas Health Department.
The system is overseen by a Texas Department for Healthcare Administration (HSA) certified nurse practitioner.
The nurse practitioner is not allowed to work with Ebola patients unless she is trained to handle the patient in isolation.
The Texas Health Health Presbyterian’s team has been in the hospital for weeks and has not yet started treating any patients.
A nursing home nurse from Kansas City, Missouri, who has been working with Ebola victims at the hospital, told The Associated Press that there have been no infections in her state and she believes that it is safe to continue treating Ebola patients in the Texas hospital.
The nursing home was the first to receive Ebola patients from the U,K.
The staff had been caring for Ebola patients at a nursing home in the Ural Mountains region of Russia.
There have been more than 20 deaths and more than 700 cases in the country since the outbreak began in March, according to the World Health Organization.
Hospitals are working with state and local health departments to identify any new Ebola patients and keep track of the number of new cases.
There is no known case of the virus in Texas.
In fact, health officials have not had to treat any Ebola patients since the virus first emerged in Guinea in December.
Health care workers are trained to work on patients who might have Ebola and are expected to be well-prepared for an outbreak.
Health workers are allowed to stay with patients in isolation while being monitored and monitored for signs of Ebola.
The hospital will not allow staff to contact patients, but health care providers are encouraged to contact the patient if they suspect they have Ebola.
If Ebola is detected in a patient, the nurse practitioner and health care team will try to isolate the patient for observation.
The nurses and medical staff will remain at the facility until the patient has been diagnosed with Ebola.
In the case of a patient who does not respond to treatment, a nurse practitioner will contact a medical team to find out what tests can be used to confirm the diagnosis.
Health officials say the patient will likely need to stay in isolation for a few days before being discharged.