Relatively Few Medical Cases Mid-way Through RNC

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center (Tony Ganzer / ideastream)
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Northeast Ohio hospitals and emergency responders had planned for months and months ahead of the GOP convention, and so far there have been relatively few cases.  

Even with the heat, officials say awareness efforts and pop-up water fountains have helped keep dehydration cases down.  ideastream's Tony Ganzer learned more about medical services so far in the convention from Nicole Carlton Cleveland's Commissioner for EMS.

The closest hospital to Downtown, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, had prepared for the possibility of a lot of walk-in traffic.  We also hear from hospital COO Joan Ross.
 

Previous coverage: Hospitals Say Collaboration Has Been Key Ahead Of RNC

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