Broward Health News

Broward Health News

Wednesday Feb. 14, 2018
Broward Health Hospitals Receive 17 Patients from Stoneman Douglas Shooting

Fort Lauderdale, FL -- Broward Health Medical Center received seven patients directly related to the incident at Stoneman Douglas. Of the seven patients, five patients are in non-life threatening condition and two patients are in life-threatening condition. Broward Health North received nine patients related to the incident at Stoneman Douglas, of which includes eight victims and one suspect. Of the nine patients, four patients are in non-life threatening condition, three patients are in life-threatening condition and two patients have expired. Broward Health Coral Springs received one patient in non-life threatening condition related to the incident at Stoneman Douglas.

 

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Jennifer Smith, Director of Corporate Communications
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