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UPDATE: Fort Sill hospital power problems

FORT SILL - As of 3 p.m. Monday, Reynolds Army Community Hospital remains on emergency power. 

Services are improved, but still somewhat limited due to the lack of power in the outpatient areas of the hospital.  All in-patient services, the Emergency Department, Operating Room, Physical Therapy, Behavioral Health Services building, Pharmacy Services, and the Social Work Services Building remain open. 

Many scheduled appointments for primary care have been moved to the Bleak TMC while obstetrics appointments are being seen as scheduled in the clinic.  All other outpatient services appointments are canceled for Tuesday, Dec. 29 and will be rescheduled. 

The Hospital will resume normal operations as soon as power is restored.  Staff will report to work as scheduled unless specifically notified of alternate work hours by their supervisor. 

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