Hagerstown, Md.-based Meritus Medical Center experienced an electrical concern Oct. 6 that impacted network connectivity, but will go back to normal operations the next day, according to a short article from Herald-Mail Media.
The Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services System published an alert that the hospital was under “tiny catastrophe” status and could not see patients since of numerous problems, including power failures.
, Meritus Medical Center willingly went on divert/mini-disaster status to take care of network connectivity concerns. Our top priority at Meritus Health is to supply safe, quality care to the neighborhood in all situations. Thank you for your perseverance in the event you experience any sticking around problems with phones.”
A Meritus representative informed Herald-Mail Media that healthcare facility officials set off the “small catastrophe” status to direct emergency situation transportation away from the health center, although it stayed operational and open.
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