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Jose Lozada-Costas, MD, FACP, ACP Governor
I have no words to express my sorrow at the devastation Hurricane Maria visited upon our Island. I hope all of you and your families are safe. I know few of you will have immediate access to this communication, but I hope that will improve in the coming days.
I also want to thank the many of you who have bravely and selflessly continued to provide health care to your patients in these difficult times.
Throughout this difficult period I have remained in contact with the leadership of the American College of Physicians, and they have been incredibly supportive. They realize that besides access to medications and supplies, our biggest problems are access to fuel, both for power plants and transportation, and communication, particularly with some of the hardest-hit parts of Puerto Rico. Know that all 152,000 of our fellow members are thinking of us and our patients' plight.
I want to share the ACP's official communication with all of you:
Washington, September 28, 2017 —The American College of Physicians (ACP) today sent a letter urging President Trump '"to consider taking additional actions to provide immediate assistance and relief to the American citizens in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands currently recovering from the aftermath of Hurricane Maria." Sent by Jack Ende, MD, MACP, president of ACP, on behalf of the 152,000-member organization, the letter acknowledges and expresses appreciation for the administration’s decision to temporarily waive the Jones Act for Puerto Rico, which will help alleviate shortages of basic necessities on the island, as well as the decision to deploy needed military resources to the island. Yet ACP recommended that President Trump and his administration work with Congress to provide additional resources to address an urgent public health crisis on the islands.
We are not alone, and we can get over this. I have limited access to email, but those of you who can, please feel free to send me your concerns, and I'll see how I can help in getting them addressed.
Wishing you all the best, and a prompt recovery for our home,
Jose A. Lozada-Costas, MD, FACP
Governor, Puerto Rico Chapter