8 hospitals offering free virtual care visits during Hurricane Dorian

Andrea Park - Print  | 

As the southeastern U.S. braces for the impact of Hurricane Dorian, several hospitals and health systems have announced that they will provide telehealth services free of charge to patients affected by the storm.

Hurricane Dorian has already caused at least five deaths in the Bahamas, according to The New York Times. As of Sept. 3, the now-Category 2 hurricane has begun moving slowly away from the Bahamas and toward Florida, with the storm expected to reach Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia by the end of the week.

Here are eight hospitals and health systems offering free virtual visits due to the hurricane:

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