How to prepare for an epic winter storm
When the winter storm hit, the travel center at the University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore was closed, and patients were evacuated from a nearby hospital.
The hospital has since reopened, and the medical center was reopened on Thursday.
The University of Southern California Medical Center also reopened after a massive evacuation following the storm.
In all, 15 hospitals were affected by the storm, according to NBC News.
The Maryland Hospital Center is in Rockville, Maryland.
It was also a day when the hospital received a significant number of patients, and a large number of them were critically ill.
The hospital reported that its emergency room saw about 3,500 patients over the weekend, about two-thirds of whom were in critical condition, according the hospital.
“We’re not expecting any more patients to come in the next couple days,” said Dr. David L. Shaffer, the hospital’s chief medical officer.
Shaffer said he expects to see patients who are on ventilators or are in ICU beds for the next two to three days.
This is the fourth major storm to hit Maryland in less than two weeks.
On Monday, a hurricane made landfall off the coast of Georgia, and several other storms were expected to strike the U.S. later in the week.
As the storm made landfall, Gov.
Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency, and Gov.
Jay Inslee issued a mandatory evacuation order.
Hogan and other officials said they will coordinate efforts to keep residents safe.
After the storm hit the region, Hogan declared that he was postponing a trip to Japan and postponing another trip to the U! States.