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Healthcare During a Hurricane

East Coast facilities in the midst of Sandy recovery share their stormy stories.

Be Prepared

Hospitals in the path of Hurricane Sandy learn the importance of disaster planning.

Keeping It All Connected

Health IT systems tested by Superstorm Sandy.


Post-Sandy Problems

Gas shortage threatens return to normalcy at NY/NJ hospitals.

Caring for Caregivers

Healthcare leaders help staff stay safe during Sandy - and get back on their feet after.

Staying Connected

Facilities throughout the Northeast found their emergency communication protocols put to the test during Hurricane Sandy.


    Voices From the Storm: Hurricane Sandy

    Hear how East Coast caregivers prepared for Hurricane Sandy and cared for patients and each other when it hit.

  • Storm at the Shore

    Team members at Ocean Medical Center, Brick, NJ, share their experiences before, during and after Hurricane Sandy.

    Sandy Hits New York

    Staff at Beth Israel Medical Center and St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center discuss their Hurricane Sandy preparations and experiences.


The transferring of patients from Bellevue Hospital and the other hospital shows the true meaning of being a caregiver. It is through these instances that nurses are not taken for granted and shine. I am so proud of those nurses and caregivers that did this amazing feat.

Susan Poirier,  RN,  St. Francis HospitalNovember 15, 2012
Hartford, CT


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