More than 150 doctors on strike at hospital that was once called NYC's pandemic epicenter


by FOX News

FOX News— Medical professionals at New York City's Elmhurst Hospital Center in Queens are protesting over low pay compared to their Manhattan-based counterparts.

amsterdamnews.com—Over 150 doctors on strike at NYC hospital that was once called pandemic epicenter. About 160 resident physicians went on strike Monday over what they called low pay at New York City's Elmhurst Hospital Center, a public hospital once known as the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.

KRDO—Resident physicians go on strike at hospital once called ‘the epicenter of the epicenter’ of the country’s coronavirus pandemic. By Nicki Brown, CNN (CNN) — About 155 resident physicians went on strike Monday at a New York hospital once called “the epicenter of the epicenter” of the nation’s coronavirus pandemic, according to the residents’ union. The resident physicians at Elmhurst Hospital Center in Queens don’t receive the same pay and benefits as their non-union

The New York Times—Resident Doctors Go on Strike at Elmhurst Hospital in Queens, NYC. The strike, the first by doctors in New York City since 1990, shows how the pandemic may be leading to rising activism among young doctors.