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Infectious Disease Symposium - COVID-19 Vaccinations
To vaccinate or not to vaccinate...
If you are among those who are struggling with this question, you’ll want to watch this video.
Dr. Sohan Bassi and Dr. John Mourani, M.D., infectious disease specialists, are joined by Ob/Gyn Dr. Franklin Johnson at San Antonio Regional Hospital’s Infectious Disease Symposium. These physicians, along with moderator Dr. Sara Khan, have served as COVID experts on the frontline throughout the pandemic.
You will appreciate the candor, and clear and concise explanations, as these doctors respond to the most frequently asked clinical questions about the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine.
For your convenience, each question has been edited into individual videos.
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Every year, more than 200,000 patients are treated at San Antonio Regional Hospital. Our highly specialized teams have the expertise and experience to treat individual conditions using the most advanced medical techniques.
Successful treatment starts with an accurate diagnosis, and our experts take the time to get it right. A team of specialists will listen to your needs and evaluate your condition from every angle to create the best plan of care.
Our teams of compassionate experts coordinate every aspect of your care. They work together to provide the care you need to restore your optimal health and wellbeing.
San Antonio Regional Hospital’s experts are some of the best in the region. The hospital consistently earns national recognition for its clinical performance and patient satisfaction.
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