A month after Irma, Ormond Beach hospital still closed

October 25, 2017

Florida Hospital Oceanside in Ormond Beach remains closed indefinitely, more than a month after Hurricane Irma, according to an article on The Daytona Beach News-Journal website.

It’s not clear when — or even if — the hospital will reopen. Officials at damaged Healthcare facility reviewing the assessments and evaluating the necessary repairs.

The hospital sustained significant damage both to the exterior and interior of the facility and the feasibility of renovations is being considered.

The hospital’s main focus is on providing occupational, physical and speech therapy rehabilitation services to patients. It also has an emergency department.

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