Relief Funds for Hospital Workers Affected by Natural Disasters

People everywhere have watched in sadness as both wildfires on the west coast and Hurricane Laura on the gulf coast have created havoc and hardship for our fellow Americans. Our front-line responders continue to answer the cries for help. Meanwhile, our hospitals, health systems and care teams are tending to the injured and putting the needs of their patients and communities first, even as many of them have experienced loss. Read more coverage of these events below.

To learn more and find out how you can help those in need, visit the below relief funds:

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