When a hurricane strikes, HCA Healthcare is prepared with a powerful response in the communities we serve.
To provide care for other people, you have to be in a good place mentally. Being able to do what I do without having to worry about personal issues is phenomenal.
— Nurse Deon Guidroz of Tulane Medical Center, whose Thibodaux, La., home sustained major storm damage.
Many events in [the state] — notably Hurricane Katrina and my experiences with the Tulane Health System through that storm and recovery — have helped shape who I am as a healthcare leader and a person.
— Mel Lagarde, president of the MidAmerica Division of HCA Healthcare.
I’m beyond proud of the commitment made by HCA Healthcare to ensure our ability to care for our patients, our staff and our communities,
— Mike Wargo, vice president and chief of enterprise emergency operations.
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