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By Adam Pope
During the early days of the pandemic, most hospitals tightened restrictions on visitors and who could access certain areas, due to exposure concerns and health precautions. That often meant no photographers, videographers or others could visually document what was happening inside COVID-19 intensive care units.
However, one UAB Medicine nurse answered the call and provided Birmingham and the entire nation a rare look at the front lines inside UAB Hospital’s COVID-19 intensive care unit.
“Some of us were talking in the command center, and what we really wanted to do was showcase all of the great work and challenges our nurses, staff, physicians and providers were doing every day at the bedside,” said Amanda Chambers, a senior director of Nursing Services at UAB Hospital. “They asked if I could start taking some real-life shots of our staff working in our COVID areas.”
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