In the four weeks since the storm, more than 247 emergency shipments were sent to Florida, valued at $2.8 million to 80 recipients.

Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida on Sept. 28 as a Category 4 storm, causing widespread damage in southwest Florida, and inundating low-lying coastal communities.

More than 120 people were killed, thousands displaced, and homes and infrastructure damaged amounting to an estimated $67 billion in losses. In the month since the storm, many health facilities across the state, including free and charitable clinics and health centers, are working to repair facilities that lost power and were damaged by high winds and water while meeting increased needs from patients that may have experienced losses themselves.

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