NYU Langone Reopens Today

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NYU Langone Medical Center in Manhattan will reopen today after it lost generator power and evacuated 300 patients during Superstorm Sandy, according to a Wall Street Journal/Associated Press report.

Nearly all services will resume at NYU Langone's main facility, the 705-bed Tisch Hospital. Some outpatient services have been operating since early November, according to the report.

NYU Langone was badly hit by the storm in October. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) recently allocated more than $114.6 million in state funds to help cover NYU Langone's repair costs.

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