Resources to help you be well, get well and stay well.
Here you’ll find government guidelines, community messages from Virtua experts, and advice to help you stay well.
Virtua Health opened a coronavirus testing center for Willingboro residents with COVID symptoms at the end of April. Sarah Sivon, vice president of Operations, Virtua Medical Group, explains the need for testing in this hard-hit community.
Update: Please note that as of Thursday, May 7, the site is open for testing of any Burlington County resident with coronavirus symptoms.
Sarah Fawcett-Lee, Virtua’s Chief Philanthropy Officer, explains our Coronavirus Emergency Fund, established to help support the important work we’re doing to meet the growing needs of our community.
Learn more about how you can help.
It's understandable why people are afraid to go to the ER during this pandemic. But, if you have the symptoms of a cardiac emergency, it's vital—and safe—to get immediate help.Read More
You may be using junk food to ease anxiety while you stay at home during the pandemic. However, these foods can negatively affect healthy gut bacteria that boost immunity and mood.Read More
These holistic tools can help you shut down your busy mind and induce relaxation so you can get a good night's sleep. Try them today.Read More
Virtua cardiologist Troy Randle, DO, didn't think he would get COVID-19—and then he did. He certainly didn't expect the life-threatening stroke that followed.Read More