Atlanta hospital forced to move instrument sterilization, use bottled water after main break

Emory University Hospital Midtown in Atlanta needed to use mineral water and divert instrument sterilization to other medical facilities after a water pipe broke June 27, according to CNN..

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According to the citys Department of Watershed Management, the boil water advisory has actually because been raised, and samplings show no contamination in the general public water supply.
Beckers Hospital Review connected to Emory University for an update on the situation. This post will be updated if more details ends up being available..

The primary break, which took place on the Georgia Tech school in Atlanta, led to a boil water advisory being provided in the city. A representative for Emory Universitys Robert W. Woodruff Health Sciences Center told CNN that there werent many treatments arranged over the weekend, and the emergency didnt affect client care at the health center.

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