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    CLINIC AND OFFICE CLOSURES DUE TO HURRICANE IAN

    Posted 09-28-2022 10:45 am
    The following CAN Community Health locations will remain closed until further notice. Closures will be continuously evaluated, and we will reopen locations once it is safe for staff to return to work. 

    • Cape Coral
    • Clearwater
    • Daytona Beach
    • Headquarters
    • Jacksonville
    • New Port Richey
    • North Port
    • Orlando
    • Palmetto
    • Sarasota
    • St. Petersburg
    • Ybor City

    The below locations will operate via Telehealth tomorrow, Thursday, September 29th until we can assess our buildings for staff and patient safety. 

    • Ft. Lauderdale – Dr. Richmond
    • Lake Worth
    • Miami Gardens
    • Plantation
    • South Beach

    If you have a medical emergency, please contact 911. For client assistance, please contact the following phone number 844.922.2777

    We urge all our community members to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety in preparation for Hurricane Ian. Your health and safety is of the utmost importance to the CAN Community Health family. Please stay safe!

    NEED EMERGENCY REFILLS?
    Pharmacists are permitted to dispense an emergency 30-day supply if they are unable to get approval from the doctor for the refill quickly. Please contact your pharmacy directly for emergency refills.
    Source: Refill Medications Early Before a Hurricane or Emergency - Disability Rights Florida

    We urge all our community members to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety in preparation for Hurricane Ian.

    IMPORTANT LINKS
    Below are important websites and links we recommend you follow.

    ALERT SYSTEMS:

    EVACUATIONS, SHELTERS, AND PREPAREDNESS
    Please follow the links to County Emergency Management. Use these to find out about evacuations, shelters, and preparedness:

    Please note that these are the public shelters list that will be updated by the respective county governments routinely. We recommend signing up for state and local alerts as shelter availability and beds change by the minute.

    If you live in another part of the western region of FL or state, and/or you need "special needs shelter" info - You can find a statewide open shelter status here - https://www.floridadisaster.org/shelter-status/.

    There are (3) key types of shelters available during significant storms:
    General shelter – Available to the general population
    Special needs – Available for those who have disabilities
    Pet friendly – Allow pets

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