Butler Health System Reducing Hours At COVID-19 Vaccine ClinicsBeginning next Wednesday, Butler Health System will reduce the hours of operation at its COVID-19 vaccine clinic.
Walk-In Appointments For COVID-19 Vaccinations Available Throughout Pittsburgh AreaIf you're in need of a COVID-19 vaccine, walk-in appointments are available in the city of Pittsburgh and in several surrounding areas.
Plenty Of COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Available Through Butler Health SystemMany people are struggling to find appointments to get their coronavirus vaccine.
Butler Health System Set To Move COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic To Clearview MallThe Butler Health System says it will move its COVID-19 vaccine clinic from Butler Memorial Hospital to Clearview Mall.
COVID-19 In Butler County: Hospitals Adjusting On Fly After State Announces New Vaccine Distribution PlanAfter the Pennsylvania Department of Health announced a new plan for coronavirus vaccine distribution, local health systems are rolling with the punches.
Frontline Workers At Excela Health And Butler Health System Begin Receiving COVID-19 VaccinationsHealthcare workers at hospitals throughout the region have begun receiving the COVID-19 vaccination.
COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Butler Memorial, Clarion Hospitals Reach ICU CapacityTwo northern hospitals in the Butler Health System have reached their maximum ICU capacity.
Butler Health System Offering Coronavirus Antibody TestingButler Health System is now offering a coronavirus antibody test.
Butler Health System Laying Off Nearly 60 Positions Due To Coronavirus PandemicButler Health System is letting go of nearly 60 positions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
WATCH: First Coronavirus Patient At Butler Memorial Hospital ICU Discharged After Spending Time On VentilatorThe first coronavirus patient treated at the Butler Memorial Hospital ICU was released.
'We've Got A Long Way To Go': Chief Medical Officer Of Butler Health System Has Stark Warnings About Coronavirus PandemicThe chief medical officer of Butler Health System is bracing for the worst and taking precautions as the coronavirus pandemic continues.