The National Emergency Tele-Critical Care Network offers hospitals and health systems needing clinical support to care for seriously ill COVID-19 patients free telehealth access to critical care physicians, nurses and other clinical experts.

NETCCN received funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act to expand access to its virtual critical care network through enabled mobile devices such as cell phones, tablets and computers. For more information and to request support, visit the NETCCN website.

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