Hurricane Maria Dialysis clinics struggle to stay open in Puerto Rico (10/2/17 ~ Nephrology News & Issues) RN Response Network ~ RNRN Disaster Relief Fund ~ Volunteer or Make a Donation American Kidney Fund statement on growing crisis in Puerto Rico for dialysis patients (9/28/17) For Dialysis Patients, Hurricanes Are A Race Against The Clock For Survival ~ WLRN Miami (9/27/17) Federal Government Continues Hurricane Maria Response and Relief Operations (9/23/17 ~ FEMA) Hurricane Maria Response and Relief Operations Underway (9/21/17 ~ FEMA) Hurricane Maria and Medicare Disaster Related U.S. Virgin Islands and Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Claims (9/21/17 ~ CMS) Hurricane Irma American Nurses Foundation Disaster Relief Fund Updates from Kidney Community Emergency Response (KCER) Kidney Community Executes Rapid Response to Help Dialysis Patients Affected by Hurricane Harvey Dialysis providers await return of power source to reopen clinics after Irma (9/14/17 ~ Nephrology News & Issues) Puerto Rico Takes Post-Irma Dialysis Patients (9/12/17) Florida hospitals evacuated for Hurricane Irma, now many reopening (9/11/17) DoD rescue dialysis patients from U.S. Virgin Islands after Hurricane Irma (9/10/17) Hurricane Harvey Letter from ANNA President Alice Hellebrand (8/30/17) Updates Emergency Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Supplies for Medicare Beneficiaries Impacted by Hurricane Harvey - CMS Guidance Hurricane Harvey and Medicare Disaster Related Louisiana Claims - CMS (9/5/17) Hurricane Harvey and Medicare Disaster Related Texas Claims - CMS (9/5/17) Harvey Pushes Dialysis Staff to the Edge (9/5/17 ~ Nephrology News & Issues) Hurricane Harvey: Clinical Guidance for Carbon Monoxide Poisoning - CDC Health Advisory (9/2/17) ESRD Network of Texas - Resources, Current Road Closures, Facility Status, etc. Dialysis Providers Respond to Hurricane Harvey (8/29/17 ~ Nephrology News & Issues) Health & Mental Health Volunteers Needed The Red Cross is providing shelter, feeding, health and mental health support to thousands affected by Hurricane Harvey on the Gulf Coast of Texas and Louisiana. Health and mental health professionals are needed to support clients and responders with disaster related health and mental health needs. Click here for more information or to apply. Texas Nurses Foundation Texas Nurses Foundation is taking contributions to help the nurses affected by Hurricane Harvey. All money collected will be distributed directly to nurses living in any one of the Texas counties declared disaster areas. Click here for more information.