Jon Gosselin Teaches Doctors How to Work with Patients Online Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
Jon Gosselin has revealed that he has been working at a healthcare facility amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jon Gosselin has revealed that he has been working at a healthcare facility providing technical support to doctors.
In an exclusive with ET, the former ‘Jon and Kate Plus 8’ star shared that he has been working as an IT director.
Jon explained that he was teaching health providers how to use telemedicine using Ring Sensual and Zoom to see patients, many of whom are undocumented and uninsured.
He revealed that he had to teach doctors who were used to seeing patients in person, how to treat patients online. He said,
“So I developed a procedure rather quickly and my boss, the CIO bought software that we never used before. I had to learn it in five, six hours.”
The former reality star revealed that his girlfriend had also been working as a mental health nurse practitioner.
He added that her workload had increased, saying that the situation was “super stressful.”
He shared a special message wishing that all his kids could be together
Recently Gosselin shared an update on the relationship between himself and his eight children, some who no longer talk to him.
In an interview with ET, he shared a special message wishing that all his kids could be together adding,
“Leah, Aaden, Joel and Alexis, I love you. You’re welcome to come over, call Hannah, Collin. Sorry I have to go through media channels, but it’s kinda hard to reach out to you.”
Currently, two of the Gosselin sextuplets, Hannah and Collin,16, live with their father while their 19-year-old twins, Mady and Cara, are away at college.
His older daughters have not spoken to Jon in six or seven years, with him hoping that they would reach out as adults.
Jon also said that he no longer hears from his ex-wife, Kate and that they did not interact anymore, adding that she “doesn’t exist anymore.”
He has also slammed his ex for not returning to work amid the coronavirus pandemic, despite being a registered nurse.
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