Dr. Bala Chandrasekhar

Chief Medical Officer, Methodist Hospital

Chief Medical Officer at Methodist Hospital

Dr. Bala Chandrasekhar on KCRW

“It's like running at max speed on a treadmill for four weeks and you can't get off. The hope is that we don't see a post-December additional surge.

So Cal’s hospital system will hit ‘crisis care’ if extra post-December surge happens, says LA doctor

“It's like running at max speed on a treadmill for four weeks and you can't get off. The hope is that we don't see a post-December additional surge.

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