Erin McIntosh

Rapid response nurse at Riverside Community Hospital and local union steward of SEIU 121

Rapid response nurse at Riverside Community Hospital and local union steward of SEIU 121

Erin McIntosh on KCRW

“I’m proud that I was able to be so strong in those moments and hold their hand because inside I was dying, knowing that no matter what I did, no matter how hard we tried, these…

Sense of guilt and being haunted by patients’ cries: Riverside nurse on long fight against COVID

“I’m proud that I was able to be so strong in those moments and hold their hand because inside I was dying, knowing that no matter what I did, no matter how hard we tried, these…

from KCRW Features

Through the darkest days of the holiday surge, nurse Erin McIntosh recorded audio diaries logging her thoughts and experiences as deadly records were set daily.

Audio diary: A COVID nurse shares her experience of the pandemic’s front lines in Riverside

Through the darkest days of the holiday surge, nurse Erin McIntosh recorded audio diaries logging her thoughts and experiences as deadly records were set daily.

from Greater LA

KCRW hears from nurses who are caring for more and more COVID-19 patients. They’re worried they’re running out of space and energy.

Understaffed and exhausted: Nurses share their frontline experiences fighting COVID-19

KCRW hears from nurses who are caring for more and more COVID-19 patients. They’re worried they’re running out of space and energy.

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