Emergency Room Service Resumes In Long Beach Nearly Three Years After SandyAround-the-clock emergency medical care has returned to Long Beach for the first time since Superstorm Sandy.
Expanded Health Care Options, But No Full-Service Hospital, Coming To Long BeachSteps are being taken at last to replace a hospital in Long Beach, Long Island that was ruined by Superstorm Sandy.
Long Beach Residents Renew Calls To Reopen Sandy-Damaged Medical CenterIt's taking longer than expected to get a Long Island hospital shuttered by Superstorm Sandy functioning again and many residents and officials are getting impatient.
Long Beach Residents Demand Sandy-Damaged Medical Center Be ReopenedThe barrier island of Long Beach is taking steps forward this summer in its Hurricane Sandy recovery. Churches, beaches, and the boardwalk have all slowly reopened. But not it’s only hospital.
Long Beach Hospital Officials To Meet With State Health Dept. Friday In Hopes Of AgreementNow Long Beach Medical Center is repaired and is ready for business, but state health officials are refusing to allow it to reopen until it comes up with a better financial plan or merges with another medical center.
Long Beach Residents Urging State To Reopen Sandy-Damaged Medical CenterLong Beach Medical Center has been repaired and is ready for business, but state health officials are refusing to allow it to reopen until it comes up with a better financial plan or merges with another medical center.
Struggle Continues To Fully Reopen Long Beach Medical CenterOfficials at the last hospital still closed because of damage from Superstorm Sandy are no longer predicting when they will be able to reopen.
Emergency Room Up And Running Again In Long BeachWith assistance and equipment supplied by Hackensack University Medical Center in New Jersey and the federal government, the hospital has established its emergency department in a parking lot across the street.