Hoboken University Medical Center Announces Evacuation Plan In Response To Water Main Break

Hoboken University Medical Center Announces Evacuation Plan In Response To Water Main Break

HOBOKEN, NJ – Hoboken University Medical Center announced today that it will be proceeding with a strategic and coordinated evacuation plan in response to the ongoing water main break that has affected water pressures city-wide. The evacuation plan is being implemented to ensure optimal safety for patients and staff in the hospital.

Although there is currently no threat to life or safety within the hospital, the hospital administration has decided to proceed with the evacuation plan as the situation evolves. The Emergency Room remains open for life-threatening issues, but the hospital will remain on EMS diversion until water is restored.

The evacuation plan has been put in place to ensure that patients and staff are kept safe and that the hospital is prepared for any possible contingencies. The hospital is working closely with local emergency responders and other healthcare facilities in the area to coordinate patient transfers and ensure continuity of care.

Hoboken University Medical Center would like to assure the public that patient care remains its top priority, and it will continue to provide the highest level of care possible during this challenging time. The hospital would like to thank the community for its understanding and support as it works to ensure the safety of all patients and staff.

For further updates, please visit the hospital website, Instagram, or Facebook.

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