A corporate-wide emergency plan, staff members’ dedication and ingenuity, and sister facilities ready to pitch in helped HHC weather Superstorm Sandy and immediately launch the recovery process.
Numbers tell the story of Hurricane Sandy and the aftermath at HHC facilities and communities.
Historic Bellevue Hospital is on the way to recovery after safely evacuating hundreds of patients and temporarily shutting down for the first time since it opened its doors in 1736
Battered by the hurricane, Coney Island Hospital staff successfully evacuated more than 200 patients for the second time in 14 months.
HHC President Alan D. Aviles shares his experiences after weathering the storm at Coney Island Hospital and spending a few nights in the dark with staff and residents of Coler-Goldwater.
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