NYU Hospital to Reopen

    In this Oct. 29, 2012, file photo, medical workers assist a patient into an ambulance during an evacuation of NYU Langone Medical Center Monday evening during Superstorm Sandy. Two of the city’s busiest, most important medical centers failed the simplest test of disaster-readiness during superstorm Sandy this week. They lost power. Their backup generators failed, or proved inadequate. Nearly 1,000 patients had to be evacuated. (AP Photo/ John Minchillo, File)

    John Minchillo, File / AP Photo

    Officials at Tisch Hospital's NYU Langone Medical Center announced on Saturday that "almost all" practices are set to reopen on Monday. Some doctors, though, will still have to see patients at alternate locations and are unsure how long it will be before they return to the hospital. NYU Langone Medical Center was one of two medical centers to be evacuated during the height of Hurricane Sandy after seven backup generators failed on Monday night.


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