Like many Florida healthcare facilities, Baptist Hospital Miami kept its emergency room open during the storm. The hospital sheltered pregnant women, critical patients and employees during Hurricane Irma. The hospital, part of Baptist Health South Florida, resumed normal operations on Monday after the storm.
Like many Florida healthcare facilities, Baptist Hospital Miami kept its emergency room open during the storm. The hospital sheltered pregnant women, critical patients and employees during Hurricane Irma. The hospital, part of Baptist Health South Florida, resumed normal operations on Monday after the storm. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD
Like many Florida healthcare facilities, Baptist Hospital Miami kept its emergency room open during the storm. The hospital sheltered pregnant women, critical patients and employees during Hurricane Irma. The hospital, part of Baptist Health South Florida, resumed normal operations on Monday after the storm. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD

Florida hospitals evacuated for Hurricane Irma, now many reopening

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