Posted by: memorial911 | September 7, 2017

MHUP Closures

Please note that all Memorial Health University Physicians (MHUP) offices, Memorial Cardiovascular Consultants, and Memorial Savannah Cardiology locations will close at noon on Friday and will not reopen until Wednesday.

Posted by: memorial911 | September 7, 2017

Remove Vehicles from Parking Decks

In preparation for possible effects of Hurricane Irma, please do not park unauthorized vehicles in any Memorial Health parking decks. All parking decks and gated parking lots are reserved parking for medical staff physicians, advance practice providers, and Team Members participating on the “A” team. The parking structures will also be utilized as a staging area for community first responder emergency vehicles.

Beginning Saturday, September 9, all unauthorized vehicles will be towed.



Posted by: memorial911 | September 6, 2017

September 6, 2017 Update

As of 6 p.m. on Tuesday, September 5, CEMA states that it is too early to tell what impact Hurricane Irma and Tropical Storm Jose may have on coastal Georgia. However, CEMA is watching both storms closely and states that Irma is a very dangerous hurricane. CEMA has entered its enhanced monitoring operations. Leadership will continue to update Memorial Health Team Members.

Posted by: memorial911 | September 5, 2017

CEMA Enters Enhanced Monitoring Phase

SAVANNAH, GA (September 5, 2017) – The Chatham Emergency Management Agency (CEMA) is closely monitoring Hurricane Irma and any impacts it may make to our area. CEMA will advance to OPCON 4 tomorrow at 8 AM, which means enhanced monitoring.

Irma, is a Category 5 Hurricane with maximum sustained winds at 180 mph, moving at 14 mph and tropical storm force winds extending 160 miles from the center of the storm. Residents and businesses should monitor your normal sources for current weather information.

Individuals, families, and businesses are encouraged to begin common storm preparation efforts:

  • Monitor local authorities for advice and protective actions.
  • Prepare or inspect your emergency supply kit, and do not forget your pet’s kit too.
  • Create or update your family evacuation plan, detailing how and where you will evacuate and where you could meet if separated.
  • Document important belongings and consider taking pictures or video.
  • Inspect your property for loose, lightweight items that could become airborne.
  • If you have functional access or medical needs call the Chatham County Public Health Department to sign up for the registry, 912-691-7443.


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