Hurricane Michael stuns but doesn’t sideline nurses – Alabama Nursing Board Defense Lawyer – Call Today! – (866) 348-2889
North Florida hospitals and healthcare facilities took a hard hit Oct. 10 when Hurricane Michael, a category 4 storm with 155-mile-an-hour winds, made landfall on Florida’s Panhandle.
But nurses were ready with disaster plans designed to help them push through the trying times.
Hospitals were powerless against the storm’s fury. Bay Medical Center Sacred Heart in Panama City sustained severe damage from the storm and had to evacuate hundreds of patients, including ICU patients, according to a statement by the hospital.