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 WEATHER  UPDATE- General Recovery Information

 Monday, October 10th 4:00 PM


The evacuation order has been lifted for Charleston, Berkeley, Colleton and Dorchester counties. There are still reports of impassible roads, some impacted by rising river waters. Check the latest lane closures and traffic impacts reported to the City of Charleston.

City of Charleston residents are encouraged to fill out this form if they experienced damage from Hurricane Matthew.

CARTA has resumed full service, understanding that there may be route detours. MUSC campus shuttle service will return to a normal operations Tuesday, Oct. 11. 

Damages to MUSC property: Please call the Facilities Support Center at 843-792-5600 and document damages on the data request form or email


The University will return to normal operations on Tuesday, Oct. 11. Class schedules will resume as normal for students, and all employees and faculty are expected to report to work.

Please monitor email and the MUSC information line (792-MUSC), click on the red ticker on the MUSC home page (, and utilize the MUSC Alert Emergency Notification System (to register, go to: should there be further information about resuming normal operations.

As we resume normal operations, any employees on campus who encounter facilities issues can dial 843-792-5600 for assistance.


The MUSC Health medical center and all its hospitals are operating normally at this time.

MUSC Health outpatient clinics: All tri-county area clinics (Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester) are open for normal business hours EXCEPT Kiawah Island Primary Care, Children’s Care in Moncks Corner and Women’s Care in North Charleston. Children's Care in Moncks Corner and Women's Care in North Charleston will open tomorrow, Oct. 11. 

All clinics outside of the tri-county area will remain closed. Kiawah Primary Care and these clinics will reopen later in the week. Please check email for updates on reopening. Patients will be alerted to the schedule via the patient clientele system. The Patient Access Center is operating in a limited capacity at this time, so managers are asked to limit calls.

All units and departments have been asked to conduct a unit-base action report – what went well, what could have been done better, and what we can improve upon. Please complete form by Monday, October 17 for review.

For details regarding Team A and B shift changes, provider information, details regarding staff parking for today and tomorrow, accommodations and more, please visit the emergency management current events webpage to view all archived MUSC Health care team messages.

The above messages will be updated as needed.


Important Emergency Links

University Emergency Management

MUSC Health Emergency Management

SC Emergency Management Division





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