Medical community, survivors still rebounding after Hurricane Michael

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WASHINGTON (Gray DC) -- Months after Hurricane Michael devastated homes, businesses and communities across the area, especially in the Florida Panhandle, the region’s medical community is still rebounding.

There are many pressing medical needs for the survivors of the storm, as well as for the health care professionals serving their communities, according to Florida Republican Congressman Neal Dunn. Washington Correspondent Alana Austin interviews the Congressman – and doctor – from Capitol Hill.

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