Remaining Open New York City Hospitals Struggle With Over FlowRegister Today!
- by DoGoodThenGo Dec 4, '12With several New York City hospitals closed due to TS Sandy the remaining open hospitals are struggling to cope with increased patient loads.
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- Dec 4, '12 by Esme12Wow that would be over whelming.....imagine absorbing Bellevue 145,000 patient per year population. It boggles my mind.
- Dec 4, '12 by DoGoodThenGoQuote from Esme12According to local NYC news reports allot of Bellevue is open again, but mainly the clinics and outpatient services. It may not be until January 2013 or afterwards before full services such as inpatient, CCU, ORs and so forth are restored.Wow that would be over whelming.....imagine absorbing Bellevue 145,000 patient per year population. It boggles my mind.
NYU-Langone is another matter entirely. From what one is hearing it could be well into early Spring of 2013 or even later before they are back fully online.
On another note was wondering the other day when down that way (East 15th Street and Second Avenue) what became or would be come of the nursing staff from NYU-Langone, Bellevue, Coney Island and the other fully or partially closed hospitals.
Am willing to be December 2012 and probably June 2013 new grads may be in for a rough hiring season, well rougher than it already is in NYC.
- Dec 5, '12 by Esme12what a nightmare.....I wish there was something I could do....and I know I can't....wow.
- Dec 5, '12 by DoGoodThenGoQuote from Esme12Well had NYS and NYC not sold Saint Vinny's off to real estate developers there would have been another hospital below 34th Street and on the Westside to step in. However will caution one does not know if Saint Vincent's had back up generators and or would have been open as well since most of GV was in the dark.what a nightmare.....I wish there was something I could do....and I know I can't....wow.