Houston hospital still closed after Harvey

November 7, 2017

HCA Healthcare says all of its healthcare facilities have resumed normal operations except for East Houston Regional Medical Center in Houston, according to an article on the Houston Business Journal website.

East Houston, which experienced flooding during Hurricane Harvey, said services were suspended until further notice. HCA has not decided yet whether to repair the damages or relocate the hospital.

HCA Healthcare Inc. (NYSE: HCA) reported $140 million in lost revenue in the third quarter from hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

The lost revenue stems from the company's operations in Corpus Christi, Houston, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina, according to a statement. 

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