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Local Florida Hospital Centers Prepare To Open Again After Hurricane Irma

By on September 12, 2017 in WNDB News

Volusia and Flagler County, FL – Across the state, residents have experienced damage, power outages and flooding resulting from Hurricane Irma, and Florida Hospital centers in our area have information for their locations in Volusia and Flagler Counties.

“Words cannot begin to express how impressed I am with our team working through the day and night in these harsh conditions.  Our staff’s personal sacrifice has allowed our hospitals to live up to our commitment to our community,” said David Ottati, CEO of the Florida Hospital Central Florida Division – North Region. “As the weather clears, we anticipate a large influx of patients in need after the storm and our teams stand ready.”

Below is an update on each of the Florida Hospitals in Volusia and Flagler counties:

  • Florida Hospital DeLand in DeLand:
    • During Hurricane Irma, the hospital and emergency department remained open for patients with medical emergencies.
    • All elective procedures, diagnostic testing and outpatient appointments scheduled for today (Tuesday, Sept. 12) are cancelled, but will open tomorrow (Wednesday, Sept. 13) for normal business hours.
    • The freestanding outpatient facility Victoria Medical Park, with the exception of imaging services, is closed today (Tuesday, Sept. 12), but will open tomorrow (Wednesday, Sept. 13) for normal business hours.
    • All Florida Hospital HealthCare Partner physician offices are closed today (Tuesday, Sept. 12) to be assessed and evaluated. Many physician offices will reopen tomorrow (Wednesday, Sept. 13) for normal business hours, contingent upon assessment outcomes. Patients with physician appointments should call the doctor’s office directly to confirm their appointment.
  • Florida Hospital Flagler in Palm Coast:
    • During Hurricane Irma, the hospital and emergency department remained open for patients with medical emergencies.
    • The hospital’s outpatient facilities, as well as the freestanding outpatient facilities Town Center Surgery and Parkway Medical Plaza, are currently undergoing assessments and will reopen as soon as the evaluations are completed.
    • All Florida Hospital HealthCare Partner physician offices are closed today (Tuesday, Sept. 12) to be assessed and evaluated. Many physician offices will reopen tomorrow (Wednesday, Sept. 13) for normal business hours, contingent upon assessment outcomes. Patients with physician appointments should call the doctor’s office directly to confirm their appointment.
  • Florida Hospital Fish Memorial in Orange City:
    • During Hurricane Irma, the hospital and emergency department remained open for patients with medical emergencies.
    • All hospital services are currently open for patients, including cardiopulmonary, rehab care, wellness, lab, wound care, radiation oncology and surgical services.
    • The freestanding outpatient facility Deltona Health Park is currently closed due to power loss, but will be opened as the area is assessed and power is restored.
    • All Florida Hospital HealthCare Partner physician offices are closed today (Tuesday, Sept. 12) to be assessed and evaluated. Many physician offices will reopen tomorrow (Wednesday, Sept. 13) for normal business hours, contingent upon assessment outcomes. Patients with physician appointments should call the doctor’s office directly to confirm their appointment.
  • Florida Hospital Oceanside in Ormond Beach:
    • The emergency department, as well as all outpatient services are currently closed. The facility is being assessed and evaluated today, Sept. 12, and will reopen as soon as possible.
    • All Florida Hospital HealthCare Partner physician offices are closed today (Tuesday, Sept. 12) to be assessed and evaluated. Many physician offices will reopen tomorrow (Wednesday, Sept. 13) for normal business hours, contingent upon assessment outcomes. Patients with physician appointments should call the doctor’s office directly to confirm their appointment.
  • Florida Hospital New Smyrna in New Smyrna Beach:
    • The emergency department has reopened and is available for patients seeking medical care as of Tuesday, Sept. 12, at 7 a.m.
    • All inpatient services will reopen on Wednesday, Sept. 13 at 7 a.m.
    • The outpatient services will begin with limited services on Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 7 a.m. Patients with appointments for outpatient services should call the department to confirm their appointment. The hospital’s phone number is (386) 424-5000.
    • All Florida Hospital HealthCare Partner physician offices are closed today (Tuesday, Sept. 12) to be assessed and evaluated. Many physician offices will reopen tomorrow (Wednesday, Sept. 13) for normal business hours, contingent upon assessment outcomes. Patients with physician appointments should call the doctor’s office directly to confirm their appointment.
  • Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center in Daytona Beach:
    • During Hurricane Irma, the hospital and emergency department remained open for patients with medical emergencies.
    • All freestanding Florida Hospital outpatient facilities, except for New Smyrna Beach Health Park and Port Orange Pavilion, are currently closed and being assessed for damages. We will be communicating plans for reopening as soon as the damage has been assessed.  Please check the employee hotline at 877-479-7628 for updates on when and where to report to work.
    • The outpatient services at the freestanding facilities New Smyrna Beach Health Park and Port Orange Pavilion are currently open and available to patients.
    • All Florida Hospital HealthCare Partner physician offices are closed today (Tuesday, Sept. 12) to be assessed and evaluated. Many physician offices will reopen tomorrow (Wednesday, Sept. 13) for normal business hours, contingent upon assessment outcomes. Patients with physician appointments should call the doctor’s office directly to confirm their appointment.

Additional updates will be communicated as information is available. To receive instant updates, follow the Florida Hospital on Twitter at Twitter.com/FloridaHospital or any of the specific Florida Hospital Facebook pages at:

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