May 16, 2021

Lonnie Listonsmith

Experienced Health Expert


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Spyrow said the pandemic also showed the stressful conditions staff sometimes work under. As they look to a new facility, she said they plan to include more staff-centered spaces where a nurse might be able to step away and take a breath.

Simply put, Tinkle said the way medical facilities are designed has changed a lot in the last 50 years.

“So you’ll see a lot more open air, you know, more light, bright spaces,” Tinkle said of the new hospital. “That has certainly changed over 50 years from a health perspective.”

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Once it is built out, the

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PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – This week marks one year since health officials declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. And now, information is emerging about the healthcare workers who lost their lives along the way. New numbers show more than 50 Arizonans working in healthcare settings died as a result of contracting the virus.

One of them is 57-year-old David DiNieri of Glendale, an X-Ray technician who worked at Tempe St. Luke’s hospital. “He loved being a grandpa; it was his joy,” says his daughter, Jacquelyn DiNieri.

The Navy veteran spent more than 30 years in the radiology field. Jacquelyn recalls watching

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