Health System Representatives Reflecton Hurricane Sandy Lessons

Hurricane Sandy threatened the lives and livelihoods of millions of residents in the New Jersey-New York-Connecticut corridor in October. Hospitals, clinics, and providers of occupational health services were both victims of and responders to the crisis. With two main hospitals down in Manhattan and others in the region hobbled by overcrowding and compromised infrastructure, occupational health professionals and their colleagues rallied to help employers and their employees locate resources they needed to remain safe and on the job. To learn more about preparedness and response in the wake of Sandy, VISIONS spoke with representatives from three leading health systems:

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