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Hurricane Katrina / Reuniting / Medical Records #807704

FNC Evening News for Friday, Sep 16, 2005
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The reuniting in Louisiana of Shantell Antoine†† with her infant son after being separated by Hurricane Katrina and a Florida-based company that is giving temporary jobs to doctors & nurses displaced by the storm noted; scenes shown of First Lady Laura Bush’s visit to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

(New York City: Jonathan Hunt) The difficulty facing some Katrina survivors in rebuilding their medical records lost in the storm featured. [All Scripts CEO Glenn TULLMAN†, Internist Steven DUNLEVIE†, A.H.I.M.A. CEO Linda KLOSS†- describe ways that survivors can begin to re-document their medical history.]

Smith, Shepard;
Hunt, Jonathan

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