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Toni G. Cesta, PhD, RN, FAAN, Director of Case Management
Eileen Hanley, RN, MBA, Manager, the Supportive Care Program
Suzanne Pugh, RN, Nurse Manager, Emergency Department
Richard Westfal, MD, Medical Director, Emergency Department
On the morning of September 11, 2001, a Code Three was called at Saint Vincents Hospital in Manhattan, and staff mobilized for what many thought was a routine disaster drill. It wasn't. In the confusing hours that followed, the number of dead and injured was unknown, and area hospitals braced for the worst. The staff of Saint Vincents, a Level 1 Trauma Center two miles from the World Trade Center Complex, rose to the unique challenge of responding to the attack:
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