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With hurricane season starting June 1st in the Atlantic and the Caribbean, it is important that all of our patients be prepared long before the storm. Signing up for hurricane evacuation assistance, trimming trees, making plans for your pets, and preparing an emergency kit are some of the tasks that should be completed by the time hurricane season begins. Conviva is here to help you before, during and after any upcoming storms.

Difference between a Hurricane Watch and a Hurricane Warning

There are two kinds of alerts:

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HURRICANE WATCH

Means hurricane conditions (sustained winds of 74 miles per hour [mph] or higher) are possible in a stated area. Experts announce hurricane watches 48 hours before they expect tropical-storm-force winds (sustained winds of 39 to 73 mph) to start.

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HURRICANE WARNING

Is more serious. It means hurricane-force winds are expected in a stated area. Experts issue these warnings 36 hours before tropical-storm-force winds are expected in the area to give people enough time to prepare for the storm.


Stay Informed

For more information, please visit the national and local resources below.


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Media Contact Information


Jose Boza and Tyler Sminkey

Boza PR & Digital Media Agency

Phone: 786-390-8510

Email:
jboza@boza-agency.com
tsminkey@boza-agency.com

Emergency Preparedness Information

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Telemedicine

Your care is our top priority. To maximize our patient’s safety and wellbeing during an emergency situation, Conviva will continue to offer Telemedicine visits. Telemedicine is the use of a phone call to diagnose or treat patients who are not physically in front of a doctor.

To find your doctors phone number, CLICK HERE to find a complete list of our Conviva Care Centers in Florida and Texas.


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