Hurricane Dorian Updates
Sep 30, 2019
Update 9.4.2019 11 a.m.
Hurricane Dorian has made its way to our area. Please use caution if you are out on the roads today.
All of our inpatient facilities, including Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital, University Crossing and our Bartram Campus, are open and staffed to continue caring for our patients during the storm.
Corporate and non-clinical staff: We are open today and will be business as usual on Thursday.
Home Health: Offices in Fernandina, St. Augustine and Daytona are closed Wednesday due to the mandatory evacuation orders. All other locations are open. We are anticipating business as usual on Thursday unless otherwise noted.
Community Programs: All community programs will re-open on Thursday.
Neuro Recovery Centers (NRC): Cyberdyne, Wheelchair Clinic and SCI-Day will begin seeing patients at 9 a.m. on Thursday. The pool, independent members and outpatient will open at noon on Thursday. The Orange Park NRC will open to members at 9 a.m. on Thursday.
Outpatient: New Port Richey and Hudson clinics are open today. All clinics will be open Thursday.
We want to thank all our employees caring for our patients, today and every day!
Updates as of Tuesday at 7 p.m.
There have been significant improvements to the Hurricane Dorian forecast since our last update. Based on the current information we received, the effects on our area will be much less than we anticipated. We are, therefore, changing the schedules and closures accordingly.
As always, patient and employee safety is our top priority.
Corporate and non-clinical staff: We will be open for business as usual on Wednesday.
Home Health: Offices in Fernandina, St. Augustine and Daytona will be closed Wednesday due to the mandatory evacuation orders. All other locations are open.
Community Programs: All community programs will remain closed on Wednesday and all activities canceled.
Outpatient: Most outpatient clinics will be closed on Wednesday. New Port Richey and Hudson will be open.
Again, as information is available, we may still adjust accordingly.
Update Tuesday, September, 3: Based on what we know at this time, we are still maintaining the current plan outlined below.
Update Sunday, September 1: Our top priority is the safety of our patients, employees and guests as we continue to monitor the track of Hurricane Dorian. As there is still uncertainty in the exact track, we are making decisions on closings based on the current forecast.
All of our outpatient clinics, except Hudson and New Port Richey, will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday.
All community programs will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday. All scheduled activities are canceled.
All of our inpatient facilities, including Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital, University Crossing and our Bartram Campus, will be open and staffed to continue caring for our patients during the storm.
Please continue to follow our social media channels for additional updates. Thank you!