Hurricane Preparedness

Sunny Beach, Palm Trees

After Hurricane Irma Update

Bon Secours St. Petersburg Residents and Patients Are Home

September 12, 2017


Residents and patients of Bon Secours Maria Manor and Bon Secours Place have returned from their four-day visit to St. Jude’s School and Cathedral, where they sheltered during Hurricane Irma.  The facilities are in good shape with no significant damage from the storm.  Both buildings have functioning city power, water, and sewer, and the telephone systems are operational at both locations.


All the residents and patients are very tired from their adventure and getting settled in.  Family members and friends are asked to wait to visit their loved ones until after 12:00 noon, Wednesday, September 13.


Continue to check in with us on our Facebook sites @BonSecoursPlace and @BonSecoursMariaManor for updates.