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Cameran Eubanks Opens up About Her Husband's Work as an Anesthesiologist Amid Coronavirus
The Southern Charm mom shared what Jason Wimberly's work is like amid COVID-19.
Cameran Eubanks' husband, Dr. Jason Wimberly, is a member of the medical community and has been doing his part amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Cameran took to Instagram to offer an update on what duties her anesthesiologist husband has been doing for patients during this time.
"In times of crisis you will see innovation and adaptation. Evolution. When the human will is tested, we can do amazing things. Rob Harding (@charlestondiving) is a engineer with Nucor here in Charleston. Someone posted that he was building these acrylic 'intubation boxes' to help shield and protect the doctors and nurses who are intubating COVID patients. For those who don’t know, this is an extremely high risk procedure for transmission of the virus," she wrote.
The Southern Charm mom, who has been self-quarantining with the couple's daughter, Palmer, while her husband is on the front lines, continued, "Since this is one of Jason's duties as an anesthesiologist, I immediately messaged Rob and told him to name his price. I needed one ASAP for his group of doctors and CRNA’s [Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists]. He wrote me back and said 'no charge, I’m just helping our heroes.' He stayed up late and built one so I could pick it up today."
She then thanked those who are doing their part amid the pandemic to help patients and those who are working hard in the medical community to find new innovations in the fight against the virus.
"God Bless you Rob for your incredible act of kindness. You are a hero too and an example of the true goodness that can come from adversity. Also a huge thank you to @tagboats who is cutting the acrylic sheets on their CNC. The cut on Jason's face is from the N95 mask he must constantly wear."
To hear more from Cameran about her husband, press play on the vintage The Daily Dish video below.
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