NEW ORLEANS, LA – Charity Hospital on Tulane Avenue was an icon of hope and last resort for most after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005.
And even though Charity was flooded and without electricity, doctors and staff pressed on saving countless lives. Medical staff ventured out in groups making makeshift medical centers and ER’s out of tents as well.
It was three weeks after the devastation when Governor Kathleen Blanco decided to permanently close the Hospital cutting thousands of poor and uninsured from the only safety net they had known regarding health care.
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