Local medical centers resume normal operations following Hurricane Florence

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CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD)- Multiple Lowcountry hospitals and medical facilities are resuming normal operations following impacts from Hurricane Florence.

East Cooper Medical Center

East Cooper Medical Center is resuming normal operations on Monday, September 17th. This includes surgical care, wound care, therapy services, sleep studies, and laboratory testing.


The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) is resuming normal operations on Monday, September 17th. MUSC Health clinics, ambulatory ORs, and MUSC parking and shuttle services will also resume on Monday. All pediatric after-hours care clinics and MUSC retail pharmacies are operating under normal hours. MUSC Health hospitals remain open and did not shut down during the storm.

Roper St. Francis

Roper St. Francis Healthcare is resuming normal operations on Monday, September 17th. Any patients with appointments scheduled on Monday will be contacted by a staff member to confirm availability. Any patients who can’t attend an appointment are asks to contact their provider’s office. Roper St. Francis’ three hospital emergency departments and two freestanding emergency departments remained open during the storm for emergencies only.


Trident and Summerville Medical Center

Trident and Summerville Medical Centers will resume all services on Monday, September 17th. This includes outpatient services and affiliated physician practices.

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