Hospitals were part of the problem and the solution during the Hurricane Katrina crisis. They cared for some of the city's most vulnerable people, but they also presented some of its most difficult challenges once flooding made evacuation necessary.
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Title: Hospitals in Hurricane Katrina: Challenges Facing Custodial Institutions in a Disaster
Publication date 2006-07-01
Publication Year 2006
, Kathy Hebert
, hurricane katrina
, hospital officials
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