Amid Puerto Rico Disaster, Hospital Ship Admitted Just 6 Patients a Day
- Letto da: Keith Sellon-Wright
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For an overburdened pediatrician trying to care for a child who was in pain, needed hip surgery, and was displaced from his home in the wake of Hurricane Maria, it seemed a godsend — a modern military hospital ship sent from its berth in Virginia to help with medical care in Puerto Rico. But after days calling phone numbers that did not work and trying to navigate the admissions process for the ship, the 894-foot USNS Comfort, Dr. Jorge Gabriel Rosado finally gave up.
"Amid Puerto Rico Disaster, Hospital Ship Admitted Just 6 Patients a Day" is from the December 06, 2017 U.S. section of The New York Times. It was written by Frances Robles and Sheri Fink and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.