FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (August 4, 2014) –
As the second American suffering from Ebola is expected to arrive in Atlanta on Tuesday, Broward College has the following experts available to discuss how major health crisis situations, such as this one, are handled.
Sandra Stauffer, Ph.D., associate dean of nursing at the Judson A. Samuels South Campus, is available to provide facts about the virus, how it spreads, symptoms, as well as who is at risk. She can be reached at
Debra Hauss, district director of Broward College’s Health Sciences, is available to discuss the Ebola virus from a general healthcare safety perspective. She can be reached at
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