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August 30, 2019 | Becker's Hospital Review
Florida hospitals are preparing to provide care and shelter in anticipation of Hurricane Dorian, a category 3 storm expected to bring 140 mph tropical storm winds to the state Sept. 3, according to CNBC.
All of the hospitals have backup generators in case of power outages. Universal Health Services said it is stocking up on food, water, linens, diesel fuel, medications and staff to prepare for the storm. The hospital operator will post updates on social media and its website. Over 3 percent of UHS' acute-care beds lie in the storm's path.