Roper St. Francis says ‘thank you’ to all involved in Hurricane Matthew response

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*NOTE: The image above is a full-page ad that ran in the Post and Courier on Wednesday.

Dear teammates,

Hurricane Matthew challenged us, and it also brought out the very best in us. [Read more…]

Status of RSF facilities for Monday, Oct. 10

RSF OFFICE PARK: The building is open Monday, as is Palmetto Office Commerce Parkway.

EXPRESS CARES: Open as usual.

RSF PHYSICIAN PARTNERS: Open as usual. Kiawah Seabrook Medical Care and McClellanville Family Medicine are without power and closed. All Murrells Inlet practices are open.

HOSPITALS: Normal schedule of surgeries on Monday. P

ROPER NORTHWOODS ER: Roper Northwoods ER will be closed until further notice.

RSF LEARNING CENTER: The facility will resume regular operations Monday.

EYE CENTER: The facility will resume regular operations Monday.

HARBOR REFRESHER TRAINING CLASSES: Classes will resume Tuesday.

 

Show us your RSF damages

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We know many of our facilities suffered damages during Hurricane Matthew.

Please take photos of any damages you see and include the name of the site, the address, who took the photo and what happened.

Send that information to us as soon as possible.

Roper St. Francis offers hurricane relief to teammates

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We know many Roper St. Francis teammates’ homes and belongings were damaged by Hurricane Matthew. [Read more…]

Sunday morning Hurricane Matthew update

Oct. 9, 2016

Situational Report

RoperH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 724-2422

BSSFH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 402-1234
MPH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 606-7986

IS Command Center Current Threat: YES (843) 720-8475
Hospital Operations Condition: 3 (Emergency Operations plan and specific hazard plan should be activated)
Priority: Urgent
Next Situational Report: This will be our final storm update.

NEW RSF INFORMATION

As we head toward restoring normal operations, we’d like to thank our Roper St. Francis heroes. We have had so many heroes – too many to name – stepping up during the last several days.

Teammates across the sytem pitched in and helped out, and the teamwork was amazing. We can’t say enough about our caregivers, as well as the support staff that made their jobs possible.

It has been an incredible experience working with all of you. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

As we prepare to return, we want to remind everyone of our systemwide focus on teammate safety. Please take a thoughtful pause and think “Safety First, Safety Always” as you go about your day-to-day tasks.

TRAFFIC/ROADS: As you prepare to move across the state, we will be posting any major road closures on our hotline and on Vital Signs. The Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge has reopened. Make sure you have your badge and a copy of this Critical Medical Personnel flier just in case you are stopped by authorities.

RSF OFFICE PARK: The building will be open Monday, but Palmetto Office Commerce Parkway has been closed. We are trying to determine when and whether the road will be opened. Your manager should be contacting you with more information.

EXPRESS CARES: We’re expecting to resume normal operations at our Express Cares on Monday.

RSF PHYSICIAN PARTNERS: RSF Physician Partners is expected to resume normal operations on Monday with the exception of the practices in Murrells Inlet, which suffered damages.

HOSPITALS: All three hospitals plan to resume our normal schedule of surgeries on Monday. Patients are being contacted to confirm they will proceed with their procedures. At Roper Hospital, patients will be moved out the Heart and Vascular Tower and back to their regular units Sunday. Considerable clean-up has occurred in our Roper Hospital operating rooms to allow us to be ready for business Monday – major kudos to our engineering and EVS teams!

ROPER NORTHWOODS ER: Roper Northwoods ER will be closed until further notice.

RSF LEARNING CENTER: The facility will resume regular operations Monday.

EYE CENTER: The facility will resume regular operations Monday.

HARBOR REFRESHER TRAINING CLASSES: Classes will resume Tuesday.

LIVE BLOG: We’re continuing to update our live blog. We’ll bring that to a close at noon.

SHOW US DAMAGES: We know many of our facilities suffered damages during Hurricane Matthew. Please take photos of any damages you see and include the name of the site, the address, who took the photo and what happened. Send that information to us as soon as possible.

THIS IS INFORMATION WE PREVIOUSLY SHARED.

LIFELINK: LifeLink calls should go to (843) 720-8363 until further notice.

TEAM A, B & C: We hope by Sunday afternoon/evening, Team C will be able to return to Charleston and relieve Teams A & B. Managers will be communicating with Team A, B and C about this transition. Times will vary, depending on the unit and its needs. Although the state still has not cleared residents to return to the Lowcountry, healthcare workers can return Sunday. Your teammate badge and the Critical Medical Personnel pass should be enough identification to allow you to return to work. Teams A & B teams have done a tremendous job, and we know that they are ready for some relief. We are hoping to be back on a “normal” schedule by Monday.

CATERING SERVICES: Catering services will resume Tuesday.

EMS: Berkeley, Dorchester and Charleston counties EMS all are back on the road. EMS in Berkeley and Dorchester are going to Trident.

SCHOOLS: Schools in Berkeley, Dorchester and Charleston counties will be closed Monday, Oct. 10.

SECURITY DISPATCH IS DOWN: Requests should be submitted to your respective Command Center.

LEAVE NO TRACE: Please, please, please treat the hospital as you would your own home. Pick up after yourself and “leave no trace.” Teams A & B should gather your belongings and straighten your areas when you leave.

FACILITY REPAIRS: We know there have been a number of facility repairs that need to be made. Our team is working to prioritize and diligently address those. We appreciate your patience.

HEAT-GENERATING DEVICES NOT ALLOWED: Teammates who are working are not allowed to use home appliances such as crockpots, grills and curling irons in the hospitals.

DAMAGES TO RSF PROPERTY: Damages likely will occur to Roper St. Francis property when Hurricane Matthew passes. We encourage teammates to document any damages they see with photos. That information will be critical to recouping damages.

RESTRICTED CALL PAY: We know some of your are clocking in for Restricted Call Pay and have gotten an error message. If that happens, click here and follow the instructions on the second page.

COMMAND CENTERS: All of our Command Centers are activated. Phone numbers are listed above. Click here for fax lines and email addresses.

PORTABLE TOILETS: In the event that we lose sewage (a possibility we hope is remote), we have secured portable toilets for staff to use at each facility after the storm. BSSF’s toilets will be at the east side of the loading dock. Roper Hospital’s toilets will be in the Lucas Garage across from the ED entrance. RSF MPH toilets will be by the teammate entrance of the teammate parking lot behind the hospital.

OPEN DOORS: Only certain doors will be open before and during the storm. To see a full list, click here. All visitors must be registered and wear a tag.

PTO/PAYCHECKS

PTO: We understand this is a difficult situation for teammates, as well as residents across the Lowcountry, and it is one that is out of our control. Roper St. Francis is following the governor’s directive in this State of Emergency and is reducing services as required. New hires and teammates who are benefit-eligible and don’t have enough PTO to cover their time off from the storm can go 24 hours into the negative to cover their time. If non-exempt (hourly) teammates are not working during a natural disaster, they can choose to use PTO or take unpaid leave. During a natural disaster, if exempt (salaried) teammates work any part of this week, they must be paid for the full week as required by law and must use PTO to cover time they did not work. Finally, if you have any questions, talk to your manager or email our HR Benefits Team.

UPDATES FOR TEAMMATES

WHERE TO FIND INFO: Senior leaders will be meeting at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday of this week. We will be sending out updates to all teammates after these meetings via email. Please check your Roper St. Francis email as well the Roper St. Francis hotline, (843) 720-8460, which will be updated.

If you have any additional questions, talk to your manager.

Please stay safe.

Saturday evening Hurricane Matthew update

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Oct. 8, 2016

Situational Report

RoperH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 724-2422

BSSFH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 402-1234
MPH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 606-7986

IS Command Center Current Threat: YES (843) 720-8475
Hospital Operations Condition: 1 (Major disaster or emergency situation is in effect)
Priority: Urgent
Next Situational Report: Sunday after 8 a.m.
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Saturday midday Hurricane Matthew update

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Situational Report

RoperH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 724-2422
BSSFH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 402-1234
MPH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 
606-7986
IS Command Center Current Threat: YES (843) 720-8475
Hospital Operations Condition: 1 (Major disaster or emergency situation is in effect)
Priority: Urgent
Next Situational Report: Saturday after 5 p.m.

LATEST ON THE STORM

We continue to be grateful for our amazing teammates. Thank you for everything you’re doing!

Hurriane Matthew made landfall near McClellanville and is making a turn toward the west. High tide will be at 1:38 p.m., so we are expecting more flooding around that time.

NEW RSF INFORMATION

TEAM A, B & C: Hurricane Matthew is expected to move out of the Lowcountry later on Friday, and we need to begin planning how and when Team C will be activated. The impact of the storm will continue well after the rain and wind return to normal; bridges and roads may be closed or flooded. We hope by Sunday afternoon/evening, Team C will be able to return to Charleston and relieve Teams A & B. Managers will be communicating with Team C. Times will vary, depending on the unit and its needs. Although the state still has not cleared residents to return to the Lowcountry, healthcare workers can return Sunday. Your teammate badge and the Critical Medical Personnel pass should be enough identification to allow you to return to work. Teams A & B teams have done a tremendous job, and we know that they are ready for some relief. We are hoping to be back on a “normal” schedule by Monday night.

LIVE BLOG: We’re live blogging about everything happening in our hospitals right now. Send us pics of you working hard and having fun.

GENERATOR POWER: All three hospitals are on generator power. Roper is the only hospital relying solely on generator power; BSSF and RSF MPH are using it as a precaution. SCE&G is not putting trucks on the road right now, so we likely won’t return to normal power for several more hours. 

ARTHUR RAVENEL JR BRIDGE CLOSED: Officials are inspecting the bridge, and it is closed. It’s unknown how long it will take to complete the inspection.

EMS: Charleston County EMS is back on the roads but Berkeley County and Dorchester County EMS are not.

SECURITY AND LIFELINK DISPATCH IS DOWN: Requests should be submitted to your respective Command Center.

LEAVE NO TRACE: Please, please, please treat the hospital as you would your own home. Pick up after yourself and “leave no trace.” Teams A & B should gather your belongings and straighten your areas when you leave.

FACILITY REPAIRS: We know there have been a number of facility repairs that need to be made. Our team is working to prioritize and diligently address those. We appreciate your patience.

TAKE PICS: We likely will be applying for federal grants to shore up our facilities after this storm. What will make our case strong is showing why we need these funds, so that’s why your photos are so important. Please document any damages and send them to us.

THIS IS INFORMATION WE PREVIOUSLY SHARED.

ROPER NORTHWOODS ER: We can see from our security cameras that Northwoods has about two to four inches of water inside the building. We will have a crew at the site as soon as possible and hope to be able to open it without any major construction.

ROPER HOSPITAL: We’ve experienced significant leaks in several areas, including the ED and the new hybrid OR, but have not had any flooding in the building. The hospital is operating on normal power. One of the two CT scanners is down, but we still are in good shape and ready to roll.

BON SECOURS ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL: We’ve had some power surges and went to generator power for a short period of time, but we’re back on normal power. We are down to one chemistry analyzer, but that should be sufficient to accommodate our needs.

RSF MOUNT PLEASANT HOSPITAL: Some areas of RSF Mount Pleasant Hospital have had power outages, but we’re mostly back on regular power. The hospital also has experienced some IT issues, and we are working to resolve those.

HEAT-GENERATING DEVICES NOT ALLOWED: Teammates who are working are not allowed to use home appliances such as crockpots, grills and curling irons in the hospitals.

DAMAGES TO RSF PROPERTY: Damages likely will occur to Roper St. Francis property when Hurricane Matthew passes. We encourage teammates to document any damages they see with photos. That information will be critical to recouping damages.

QUIET PLEASE: Remember that our teammates who worked the night shift are sleeping, so please be quiet.

SCHOOLS: Dorchester County schools will be closed Monday, Oct. 10. Charleston County schools previously announced they will be closed that day, too.

CLEMSON WINS: In case you missed it, Clemson walloped Boston College 56-10.

RED PHONES: If the power fails, teammates who are working can use the red phones, which still will work. You can dial internally or externally on those phones. For a red phone directory, click here.

RESTRICTED CALL PAY: We know some of your are clocking in for Restricted Call Pay and have gotten an error message. If that happens, click here and follow the instructions on the second page.

COMMAND CENTERS: All of our Command Centers are activated. Phone numbers are listed above. Click here for fax lines and email addresses.

MOVING PATIENTS: We are finished moving patients out of Roper Hospital. Thank you to our team, particularly Jerry Flury and LifeLink, for facilitating the transfers and making this a smooth and successful process.

PORTABLE TOILETS: In the event that we lose sewage (a possibility we hope is remote), we have secured portable toilets for staff to use at each facility after the storm. BSSF’s toilets will be at the east side of the loading dock. Roper Hospital’s toilets will be in the Lucas Garage across from the ED entrance. RSF MPH toilets will be by the teammate entrance of the teammate parking lot behind the hospital.

OPEN DOORS: Only certain doors will be open before and during the storm. To see a full list, click here. All visitors must be registered and wear a tag.

CAFETERIA HOURS: Roper Hospital cafeteria will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the duration of the storm. BSSF and RSF MPH cafeterias will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the duration of the storm.

TEAMS A & B: Team B should report to work before your shift starts. Once Teams A & B arrive, staff is expected to stay at the hospital until the storm has passed. That means staff will not be able to come and go between shifts. This is to ensure the safety of our teammates and keep personnel available during the storm.

Team C will report to work after the storm. We don’t know when that will be yet, but we will let you know. You can check the Roper St. Francis hotline by dialing (843) 720-8460.

You need to have a copy of the Critical Medical Personnel flier (see below). Team A & B should bring pillows, blankets and personal items (click here for a full list), and we are working on sleeping arrangements. The Restricted Call Pay plan will be activated.

REPORTING TO WORK

REQUIRED PASS FOR WORKING TEAMMATES: Charleston Police and the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office started Wednesday afternoon establishing checkpoints to limit travel that is not related to evacuations. If you are stopped by law enforcement, please show the Critical Medical Personnel flier. You either can print this flier or save it to your phone as a photo to show law enforcement. You can also show your Roper St. Francis teammate badge. We will deliver copies of the Critical Medical Personnel flier to all units of the three hospitals Wednesday evening.

HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS: We are required by state authorities to only admit emergent patients to our hospitals. Unless patients require services only available at Roper Hospital, they will be diverted to Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital and RSF Mount Pleasant Hospital. This is so Roper Hospital can reduce its census and house all patients in its new Heart and Vascular Tower before and during the storm.

PTO/PAYCHECKS

PTO: We understand this is a difficult situation for teammates, as well as residents across the Lowcountry, and it is one that is out of our control. Roper St. Francis is following the governor’s directive in this State of Emergency and is reducing services as required. New hires and teammates who are benefit-eligible and don’t have enough PTO to cover their time off from the storm can go 24 hours into the negative to cover their time. If non-exempt (hourly) teammates are not working during a natural disaster, they can choose to use PTO or take unpaid leave. During a natural disaster, if exempt (salaried) teammates work any part of this week, they must be paid for the full week as required by law and must use PTO to cover time they did not work. Finally, if you have any questions, talk to your manager or email our HR Benefits Team.

UPDATES FOR TEAMMATES

WHERE TO FIND INFO: Senior leaders will be meeting at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday of this week. We will be sending out updates to all teammates after these meetings via email. Please check your Roper St. Francis email as well the Roper St. Francis hotline, (843) 720-8460, which will be updated.

CLOSURES/CANCELLATIONS

HARBOR REFRESHER TRAINING: Training sessions will not be offered Wednesday through Friday.

LOWCOUNTRY SENIOR CENTER: The center will be closed Wednesday through Saturday.

FLU SHOTS: Flu shots scheduled for RSF Office Park teammates on Friday and for Roper Hospital and Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital teammates on Saturday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. have been canceled and will be rescheduled.

SURGERIES: All elective surgeries will be canceled for Thursday through Sunday.

RSF PHYSICIAN PARTNER OFFICES: Closed.

RSF DIAGNOSTIC CENTERS: Closed.

ROPER – NORTHWOODS ER: Closed.

EXPRESS CARES: All Express Care and After-Hours facilities will be closed starting at noon Wednesday through Sunday. Anyone with an emergency should go to the Emergency Room.

If you have any additional questions, talk to your manager.

Please stay safe.

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Saturday morning Hurricane Matthew update

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Oct. 8, 2016

Situational Report

RoperH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 724-2422
BSSFH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 402-1234
MPH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 
606-7986
IS Command Center Current Threat: YES (843) 720-8475
Hospital Operations Condition: 1 (Major disaster or emergency situation is in effect)
Priority: Urgent
Next Situational Report: Saturday after noon

LATEST ON THE STORM

We can’t thank you enough for your hard work and dedication during the night. Our spirits are high, our energy is strong and our patients are receiving the best care in the Lowcountry.

Hurricane Matthew still is a Category 2 but is weakening. EMS is expected to be off the roads during the next few hours. The worst of the storm should pass the Lowcountry by mid-afternoon.

NEW RSF INFORMATION

LIVE BLOG: We’re live blogging about everything happening in our hospitals right now (including hurricane fashion). Send us pics of you working hard and having fun.

ROPER NORTHWOODS ER: We can see from our security cameras that Northwoods has about two to four inches of water inside the building. We will have a crew at the site as soon as possible and hope to be able to open it without any major construction.

ROPER HOSPITAL: We’ve experienced significant leaks in several areas, including the ED and the new hybrid OR, but have not had any flooding in the building. The hospital is operating on normal power. One of the two CT scanners is down, but we still are in good shape and ready to roll.

BON SECOURS ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL: We’ve had some power surges and went to generator power for a short period of time, but we’re back on normal power. We are down to one chemistry analyzer, but that should be sufficient to accommodate our needs.

RSF MOUNT PLEASANT HOSPITAL: Some areas of RSF Mount Pleasant Hospital have had power outages, but we’re mostly back on regular power. The hospital also has experienced some IT issues, and we are working to resolve those.

HEAT-GENERATING DEVICES NOT ALLOWED: Teammates who are working are not allowed to use home appliances such as crockpots, grills and curling irons in the hospitals.

DAMAGES TO RSF PROPERTY: Damages likely will occur to Roper St. Francis property when Hurricane Matthew passes. We encourage teammates to document any damages they see with photos. That information will be critical to recouping damages.

QUIET PLEASE: Remember that our teammates who worked the night shift are sleeping, so please be quiet.

SCHOOLS: Dorchester County schools will be closed Monday, Oct. 10. Charleston County schools previously announced they will be closed that day, too.

CLEMSON WINS: In case you missed it, Clemson walloped Boston College 56-10.

THIS IS INFORMATION WE PREVIOUSLY SHARED.

RED PHONES: If the power fails, teammates who are working can use the red phones, which still will work. You can dial internally or externally on those phones. For a red phone directory, click here.

RESTRICTED CALL PAY: We know some of your are clocking in for Restricted Call Pay and have gotten an error message. If that happens, click here and follow the instructions on the second page.

COMMAND CENTERS: All of our Command Centers are activated. Phone numbers are listed above. Click here for fax lines and email addresses.

MOVING PATIENTS: We are finished moving patients out of Roper Hospital. Thank you to our team, particularly Jerry Flury and LifeLink, for facilitating the transfers and making this a smooth and successful process.

CHARLESTON COUNTY SCHOOLS: Charleston County School District has announced it will remain closed on Monday, Oct. 10.

PORTABLE TOILETS: In the event that we lose sewage (a possibility we hope is remote), we have secured portable toilets for staff to use at each facility after the storm. BSSF’s toilets will be at the east side of the loading dock. Roper Hospital’s toilets will be in the Lucas Garage across from the ED entrance. RSF MPH toilets will be by the teammate entrance of the teammate parking lot behind the hospital.

OPEN DOORS: Only certain doors will be open before and during the storm. To see a full list, click here. All visitors must be registered and wear a tag.

CLOTHES: Teammates who wear scrubs and are on Teams A & B should bring scrubs when they report to work.

CAFETERIA HOURS: Roper Hospital cafeteria will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the duration of the storm. BSSF and RSF MPH cafeterias will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the duration of the storm.

TEAMS A & B: Team B should report to work before your shift starts. Once Teams A & B arrive, staff is expected to stay at the hospital until the storm has passed. That means staff will not be able to come and go between shifts. This is to ensure the safety of our teammates and keep personnel available during the storm.

Team C will report to work after the storm. We don’t know when that will be yet, but we will let you know. You can check the Roper St. Francis hotline by dialing (843) 720-8460.

You need to have a copy of the Critical Medical Personnel flier (see below). Team A & B should bring pillows, blankets and personal items (click here for a full list), and we are working on sleeping arrangements. The Restricted Call Pay plan will be activated.

REPORTING TO WORK

REQUIRED PASS FOR WORKING TEAMMATES: Charleston Police and the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office started Wednesday afternoon establishing checkpoints to limit travel that is not related to evacuations. If you are stopped by law enforcement, please show the Critical Medical Personnel flier. You either can print this flier or save it to your phone as a photo to show law enforcement. You can also show your Roper St. Francis teammate badge. We will deliver copies of the Critical Medical Personnel flier to all units of the three hospitals Wednesday evening.

HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS: We are required by state authorities to only admit emergent patients to our hospitals. Unless patients require services only available at Roper Hospital, they will be diverted to Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital and RSF Mount Pleasant Hospital. This is so Roper Hospital can reduce its census and house all patients in its new Heart and Vascular Tower before and during the storm.

PTO/PAYCHECKS

PTO: We understand this is a difficult situation for teammates, as well as residents across the Lowcountry, and it is one that is out of our control. Roper St. Francis is following the governor’s directive in this State of Emergency and is reducing services as required. New hires and teammates who are benefit-eligible and don’t have enough PTO to cover their time off from the storm can go 24 hours into the negative to cover their time. If non-exempt (hourly) teammates are not working during a natural disaster, they can choose to use PTO or take unpaid leave. During a natural disaster, if exempt (salaried) teammates work any part of this week, they must be paid for the full week as required by law and must use PTO to cover time they did not work. Finally, if you have any questions, talk to your manager or email our HR Benefits Team.

UPDATES FOR TEAMMATES

WHERE TO FIND INFO: Senior leaders will be meeting at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday of this week. We will be sending out updates to all teammates after these meetings via email. Please check your Roper St. Francis email as well the Roper St. Francis hotline, (843) 720-8460, which will be updated.

CLOSURES/CANCELLATIONS

HARBOR REFRESHER TRAINING: Training sessions will not be offered Wednesday through Friday.

LOWCOUNTRY SENIOR CENTER: The center will be closed Wednesday through Saturday.

FLU SHOTS: Flu shots scheduled for RSF Office Park teammates on Friday and for Roper Hospital and Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital teammates on Saturday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. have been canceled and will be rescheduled.

SURGERIES: All elective surgeries will be canceled for Thursday through Sunday.

RSF PHYSICIAN PARTNER OFFICES: Closed.

RSF DIAGNOSTIC CENTERS: Closed.

ROPER – NORTHWOODS ER: Closed.

EXPRESS CARES: All Express Care and After-Hours facilities will be closed starting at noon Wednesday through Sunday. Anyone with an emergency should go to the Emergency Room.

If you have any additional questions, talk to your manager.

Please stay safe.

[Read more…]

Friday evening Hurricane Matthew update

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Oct. 7, 2016

Situational Report

RoperH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 724-2422
BSSFH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 402-1234
MPH Command Center Activation: YES (843) 606-7986

IS Command Center Current Threat: YES (843) 720-8475
Hospital Operations Condition: 1 (Major disaster or emergency situation is in effect)
Priority: Urgent
Next Situational Report: Saturday after 8 a.m.
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Restricted Call Pay

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