Hurricane Sandy Affected Hospitals
There is no doubt that Hurricane Sandy had a disastrous effect on the eastern seaboard, especially the low lying areas of New York City.
The damage from the storm surge and high powered sustained winds has been broadcasted to the world throughout the day, and we noticed that we could not find a list of affected New York City area hospitals and their current statuses anywhere.
Below we have made a map of the area hospitals that have been effected. Hospitals have either been classified as Closed or Trauma only. Hospitals in the area have not necessarily closed their Emergency Departments, but it is strongly recommended that you seek treatment at a non-affected hospital if at all possible.
Here are the addresses and statuses of those hospitals displayed in the map above.
|NYU Langone Medical Center||550 1st Ave||New York||NY||10016||Closed|
|Bellevue Hospital Center||462 1st Avenue||New York||NY||10016||Closed|
|Hoboken University Medical Center||308 Willow Avenue||Hoboken||NJ||07030||Trauma|
|VA New York Harbor Hospital||423 East 23rd Street||New York||NY||10010||Closed|
|New York Downtown Hospital||170 William Street||New York||NY||10038||Trauma|
|Staten Island University Hospital||375 Seguine Avenue||Staten Island||NY||10309||Trauma|
|Southside Hospital||301 East Main Street||Bay Shore||NY||11706||Trauma|
|Jersey City Medical Center||355 Grand Street||Jersey City||NJ||07302||Closed|
|Coney Island Hospital||2601 Ocean Parkway||Brooklyn||NY||11235||Trauma|
If you have any information or news to report regarding hospitals opening or closing in response to Sandy, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE 10/31/12 2:00 EST: Bellevue Hospital has evacuated its 500 remaining patients