Evacuation of a Neonatal ICU During a Disaster Lessons From Hurricane Sandy

Espiritu, M. (2014). Evacuation of a Neonatal ICU During a Disaster: Lessons From Hurricane Sandy. Northwest Healthcare Response Network.
This article highlights lessons learned and overall experiences related to the vertical evacuation of the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) from NYU Langone Medical Center during Hurricane Sandy.
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  • Arpit Gupta The tools used to prepare, execute, and manage the evacuation and relocation of an institution would assist any health care facility to be better prepared to safely and efficiently evacuate patients in the event of a disaster, or to create surge capacity, and relocate them to another facility.
    4/13/2024 2:45:33 PM

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