Guest Post by Megan Sandel, MD MPH and Andrew Hyatt Sometimes as a doctor who cares about housing, I feel lonely. As physicians, we are trained to diagnose and treat the sources of disease, not just the symptoms. When I see a kid struggling to breath, I often think the asthma attack is the symptom, …
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Resources for Nurses Affected by Hurricane Harvey
Posted by: Nadia Tamez-Robledo Harvey. Check back for updates as more information is added UPDATE 8/31 The Texas Board of Nurse Examiners is issuing waivers for out-of-state nurses to volunteer. Please visit their website for more information: www.bon.texas.gov/hurricaneharvey.asp DWC bulletin and webpage offer resources after the storm Worker's Compensation Commissioner, Ryan Brannan, has issued a bulletin with guidance on workers' compensation matters in response to Hurricane Harvey and flooding in Texas The Division of Workers' Compensation has also launched a hurricane resource webpage with helpful information for injured employees, carriers, and health care providers affected by the storm. City of Houston Information Line: 3-1-1 Evacuation Assistance: 2-1-1 Coast Guard Rescue: (281) 464-4851, 4852, 4853 Legal hotlines…