NYU Langone's Pediatric, Gynecology Units Fully Recover From Sandy
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The New York University Langone Medical Center's pediatric and gynecology units are back up and running for the first time since Hurricane Sandy.
Hospital officials say all obstetricians and gynecologists have returned after heavy flooding damaged the Manhattan hospital.
Labor and delivery services are also back, along with the neo-natal unit.
The emergency department remains closed, though a new urgent care center opened at the hospital's main facility.
The medical center was forced to evacuate hundreds of patients, including critical adults and babies in the neo-natal intensive care unit, after it lost generator power during the storm.
It reopened last month.