West Jefferson Medical Center Hurricane Relief Fund Established

November 2005
Neonatal Network;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p40
Academic Journal
Reports that the West Jefferson Medical Center in New Orleans, Louisiana had created the West Jefferson Medical Center Hurricane Relief Fund. Purpose of the fund; Information on how private companies helped the hospital provide services for the patients; Impact of Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans.


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