For Those in Joplin, Missouri

May 25, 2011    |   By: Calevir

Our thoughts and prayers go to everyone affected by last Sunday’s tornado in Joplin, Missouri; particularly patients and staff at St. Johns and other health professionals working to allay the community’s suffering caused by the disaster.   Recovery and relief status updates, including links to sign up to help, learn the status of friends and family in the area and provide funding support are available at the Missouri Hospital Association Website at http://web.mhanet.com/.

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