Memorial Regional Hospital, the flagship facility of Memorial Healthcare System, pictured in 2008. Memorial Healthcare is one of dozens of South Florida hospitals that has resumed regular operations following Huricane Irma. For many patients displaced by the storm or just distressed by the chaos, the reopening of hospitals, pharmacies and other healthcare facilities will help fill prescriptions and provide critical outpatient services, such as dialysis.
Memorial Regional Hospital, the flagship facility of Memorial Healthcare System, pictured in 2008. Memorial Healthcare is one of dozens of South Florida hospitals that has resumed regular operations following Huricane Irma. For many patients displaced by the storm or just distressed by the chaos, the reopening of hospitals, pharmacies and other healthcare facilities will help fill prescriptions and provide critical outpatient services, such as dialysis. EILEEN SOLER For the Herald
Memorial Regional Hospital, the flagship facility of Memorial Healthcare System, pictured in 2008. Memorial Healthcare is one of dozens of South Florida hospitals that has resumed regular operations following Huricane Irma. For many patients displaced by the storm or just distressed by the chaos, the reopening of hospitals, pharmacies and other healthcare facilities will help fill prescriptions and provide critical outpatient services, such as dialysis. EILEEN SOLER For the Herald

Can’t refill prescription after Hurricane Irma? Hospitals, pharmacies begin to reopen

September 13, 2017 12:56 PM

UPDATED September 13, 2017 01:07 PM

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