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When Wanda Anthony chose a career in the medical field, she knew her job would happen, rain or shine. In this case, it’s the threat of dangerous snow and sleet. Those working in the medical field like doctors, nurses, and hospital staff know that bad weather can’t stop them from coming to work. In Anthony’s case, she’s happy to shovel snow, and hit the road to save lives.

And the same goes for hospital staff at Carolina Medical Center.

The employees are watching the weather closely, but will find a way to get to work. If some employees aren’t able to drive in these conditions, CMC has a transportation plan in place.

CMC also wants visitors to be careful if they want to see a family member, or a loved one at the hospital. The visitors are also a top priority.


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