Water damage forces Pennsylvania hospital to temporarily close

Union Community Care's New Holland (Pa.) Health Center is temporarily closing because of a sprinkler, heating, ventilation and air conditioning malfunction that caused "significant water damage," ABC27 reported Jan. 6.

The incident happened Dec. 26. Union Community Care's building is leased by York, Pa.-based WellSpan Health.

The health center is urging patients to reschedule via telehealth or go to a different location.

"Our health center suffered from an unfortunate incident within the WellSpan building, creating serious barriers to healthcare for our New Holland patients," Union Community Care President and CEO Alisa Jones said. "It has been our privilege to serve the New Holland community, and we are working tirelessly to make sure the community continues to have a trusted health home with open doors."

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