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Some of the most common conditions we treat at Alpha Med Group include:
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BRANDON, Fl. – One month after Hurricane Ian made landfall, one of the largest disaster recovery missions in recent history is taking place in Florida.The Category 4 storm, with 150 mph winds and a 15-foot storm surge, made landfall Sept. 28 near Cayo Costa, Fl., creating devastation that stretched from the southwest coast across the central part of the state and all the way to the northeast coast before entering the Atlantic.It was the fourth-largest storm to hit Florida, cutting power to 2.7 million peo...
BRANDON, Fl. – One month after Hurricane Ian made landfall, one of the largest disaster recovery missions in recent history is taking place in Florida.
The Category 4 storm, with 150 mph winds and a 15-foot storm surge, made landfall Sept. 28 near Cayo Costa, Fl., creating devastation that stretched from the southwest coast across the central part of the state and all the way to the northeast coast before entering the Atlantic.
It was the fourth-largest storm to hit Florida, cutting power to 2.7 million people, destroying homes and businesses, knocking out water systems and leaving piles of debris everywhere.
In 30 days, FEMA and its federal partners have provided the state and Florida households with $1.56 billion in grants, disaster loans and flood insurance payments. The work is just beginning. More than 2,400 federal personnel are in Florida working on recovery. Private sector, voluntary agencies and faith-based organizations are fully engaged.
“Even for a state that is no stranger to hurricanes,” said FEMA Federal Coordinating Officer Tom McCool, “this was enormous. It presented challenges for our partners at the state, local and federal level unlike any we have seen for many years.
“We are committed to helping people get a safe roof over their heads as quickly as possible. We are working with the state to provide immediate temporary solutions – including hotels, rental assistance and other tools. Our focus is to meet the immediate sheltering need, give survivors a jumpstart on their recovery, and to bridge the gap between today and the long-term solutions.”
In Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Hardee, Lee and Sarasota counties, FEMA is providing Direct Temporary Housing Assistance, which includes travel trailers and manufactured homes for eligible survivors, in addition to direct leasing of housing and repair for multifamily buildings that FEMA can lease for survivors.
The state of Florida and FEMA activated the Transitional Sheltering Assistance (TSA) program for Hurricane Ian to house eligible survivors temporarily in hotels. FEMA expanded that program this week to all 26 counties eligible for Individual Assistance.
“We continue to work closely with our federal and local partners to find innovative ways to cut through red tape and quickly and efficiently provide resources to communities impacted by Hurricane Ian," said Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) Director Kevin Guthrie. “I look forward to our continued partnership and working to see the families and businesses impacted through the recovery process.”
As of Oct. 28, FEMA has provided $661.6 million to households for housing and other needs and $322 million to the state for emergency response. The U.S. Small Business Administration has provided $356.6 million in disaster loans and the National Flood Insurance Program has paid $223 million in claims, including advance payments.
Working closely with the FDEM, FEMA coordinated a federal response that involved multiple agencies.
On Sept. 25, four days before the storm made landfall, FEMA Region 4 in Atlanta activated the Regional Response Coordination Center to track the storm and put personnel, equipment and supplies in place before landfall. The center activated all Emergency Support Functions, the Department of Defense and the U.S. Coast Guard.
FEMA staged generators for quick movement to critical facilities such as hospitals. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) worked with the state to support restoration of water service.
FEMA provided 11 million liters of water, 6.8 million meals, tarps, blankets, cots, medical equipment and other commodities for the state to distribute when needed.
Eleven FEMA Urban Search & Rescue teams worked with state teams to conduct operations after the storm. The teams inspected more than 86,000 structures in the search process.
FEMA contracted for 300 ambulances to supplement state and local units. The Department of Health and Human Services deployed seven Disaster Medical Assistance Teams, which treated more than 3,700 patients in three weeks.
USACE installed more than 14,940 Blue Roofs at no charge to homeowners impacted by Hurricane Ian in Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Lee, and Sarasota counties.
FEMA deployed more than 450 Disaster Survivor Assistance specialists who are going door-to-door to help people apply for FEMA assistance. The teams have interacted with more than 67,000 individuals.
FEMA home inspectors have performed more than 170,000 inspections to help the processing of applications for assistance.
The deadline for applications is Nov. 28. To apply for FEMA assistance, go online to DisasterAssistance.gov, download the FEMA App for mobile devices, or call toll-free 800-621-3362. The line is open every day from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET. Help is available in most languages. To view an accessible video on how to apply visit Three Ways to Register for FEMA Disaster Assistance - YouTube.
Recovery will be a long process and FEMA will work closely with the state to ensure that Florida’s requirements are met. A joint state/federal field office has been established in the Tampa area to coordinate recovery operations. FEMA’s Interagency Recovery Coordination is working with multiple federal agencies to identify priority recovery needs.
BRANDON, Fla. — At the request of the state of Florida, residents whose property was damaged during Hurricane Ian have additional time to apply for federal disaster assistance.What You Need To Know FEMA has extended the application deadline to Jan. 12, 2023, for residents in Brevard, Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Flagler, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lake, Lee, Manatee, Monroe, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola, Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam, Sarasota, Seminole, St. Johns and Volu...
BRANDON, Fla. — At the request of the state of Florida, residents whose property was damaged during Hurricane Ian have additional time to apply for federal disaster assistance.
FEMA has extended the application deadline to Jan. 12, 2023, for residents in Brevard, Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Flagler, Glades, Hardee, Hendry, Highlands, Hillsborough, Lake, Lee, Manatee, Monroe, Okeechobee, Orange, Osceola, Palm Beach, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Putnam, Sarasota, Seminole, St. Johns and Volusia counties.
Florida has FEMA Disaster Recovery Centers in most of the areas in the state affected by Hurricane Ian. All the centers will be closed Thursday, Nov. 24-Sunday, Nov. 27 for the Thanksgiving weekend holiday.
It is not necessary to visit a Disaster Recovery Center to apply. Residents can go online to disasterassistance.gov, use the FEMA mobile app or call 800-621-3362. The line is open every day from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. ET. Help is available in most languages.
If you use a relay service, such as video relay (VRS), captioned telephone or other service, give FEMA the number for that service. To view an accessible video about how to apply visit: Three Ways to Register for FEMA Disaster Assistance - YouTube.
Individuals with insurance should file a claim for damage to their home, personal property and vehicles before applying for FEMA aid. FEMA cannot duplicate other sources of assistance an individual may have already received.
Show Name: Brandon Florida Kennel Club Location: Plant City, FLTotal Entry: 932 Best In Show Judge: James J. Mitchell Show Photographer(s): Don Meyer • Email: BillMeyerPhoto@gmail.comDog Reg: GCH Brighton Hightide Valkyrie [Bitch] Breed: ...
Show Name: Brandon Florida Kennel Club Location: Plant City, FL
Total Entry: 932 Best In Show Judge: James J. Mitchell Show Photographer(s): Don Meyer • Email: BillMeyerPhoto@gmail.com
Dog Reg: GCH Brighton Hightide Valkyrie [Bitch] Breed: Poodle (Standard) Handler: Christian Manelopoulos Owner: M Galloway, K LeFrak & A Carter Breeder: M Galloway & A Carter
Reserve Dog Reg: GCHG Gem-N-I River Of Urloved CGC [Dog] Reserve Breed: German Shepherd Dog Reserve Handler: Lenny Brown Reserve Owner: R Waits Breeder: M Jewell, R Waits & B Stamper
Total Entry: 167 #1- Dog Reg: CH Normandy Silhouette In A Perfect World [Dog] Breed: Spaniel (Cocker) Parti Handler: Linda Pitts Owner: R Beinhauer, S Kaul, L Pitts, B Warren, M Feltenstein & E Charles #2- Dog Reg: GCH Aspyre Cat Got Ur Tongue [Bitch] Breed: Pointer Handler: Ash Oldfield Owner: H & K Spey #3- Dog Reg: GCHB Clussexx On Red Alert At Stonecroft [Bitch] Breed: Spaniel (Welsh Springer) Handler: Roxanne Sutton Owner: S Blau, E Miller, D Johnson & J Hubbard Breeder: D Johnson, J Hubbard & E Miller #4- Dog Reg: GCH Magic Citys Still On The Road TKN CGC [Dog] Breed: Retriever (Golden) Handler: Morgan Brooks Owner: F Philbeck & J & J Brinson
Total Entry: 120 #1- Dog Reg: GCHB Br Lake Park Ethan [Dog] Breed: Basset Hound Handler: Claudio Cruz Owner: C Cruz, Dr. L Sarvas, M Hess & L Bampi #2- Dog Reg: GCHS Exquisite Royal Majesty Of Elation [Dog] Breed: Afghan Hound Handler: Harry Bennett Owner: M & S Bass & B & D Hall Breeder: B Peregoy & B, H & D Hall #3- Dog Reg: GCH DC Abbaio Bird Of Paradise SC TKN [Bitch] Breed: Ibizan Hound Handler: Sarah Murphy Owner: S Murphy, D Arbeit & L Puskas #4- Dog Reg: GCH Sporting Fields Regal Affair [Bitch] Breed: Whippet Handler: A Giles Owner: J Brisbois, D Butt & A Giles
Total Entry: 122 #1- Dog Reg: GCH Argentine Gigolo De Barba Negra [Dog] Breed: Giant Schnauzer Handler: Kate Berry Owner: M & C Karpinsky Breeder: G Bermejo #2- Dog Reg: GCH Cherryhills I Am Boyar CHC TKN ATT [Dog] Breed: Black Russian Terrier Handler: Owner: E Pleskov #3- Dog Reg: GCHB Antigua & Asbury Royale Dementor BCAT CGC TKN [Bitch] Breed: Great Dane Handler: Rose Robinett Owner: B & B Leytem #4- Dog Reg: CH Swiss Stars Gun Fight At Ok Corral SIN CGC [Dog] Breed: Bernese Mountain Dog Handler: Owner: L Baumbach
Total Entry: 107 #1- Dog Reg: GCHG Bluecrush Freedom And Whiskey! [Dog] Breed: Kerry Blue Terrier Handler: Blake Hansen Owner: E Hart-Hansen Breeder: E Hart-Hansen #2- Dog Reg: GCH Kaos Black Is King [Dog] Breed: Miniature Schnauzer Handler: Claudio Cruz Owner: L Sarvas #3- Dog Reg: GCHS Blue Moon Pop A Razzi [Dog] Breed: Australian Terrier Handler: Kellie Williams Owner: J Popovits & A Moulton Breeder: J Popovits #4- Dog Reg: GCHB Prismic Fashionista Ignites The Revolution RATI CAA BCAT RATN [Dog] Breed: Bedlington Terrier Handler: Priscilla Boland Owner: P Boland Breeder: L Zembrzuski, G Gilbeau & P Boland
Total Entry: 168 #1- Dog Reg: Marlex Miss Marvel [Bitch] Breed: Miniature Pinscher Handler: Armando Angelbello Owner: A Angelbello #2- Dog Reg: GCHP Bramvers Orohime [Bitch] Breed: Chihuahua (Long Coat) Handler: Dolly Deview Owner: L & B Block Breeder: C Kadowaki #3- Dog Reg: GCH Mikasa Magicstar Tommy [Dog] Breed: Poodle (Toy) Handler: Christian Manelopoulos Owner: B Drewitt Barlow & A Marchal #4- Dog Reg: GCHP Roi L Man In The Moon [Dog] Breed: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Handler: Michael Pitts Owner: R Beinhauer Breeder: E Lessig
Total Entry: 128 #1- Dog Reg: GCH Brighton Hightide Valkyrie [Bitch] Breed: Poodle (Standard) Handler: Christian Manelopoulos Owner: M Galloway, K LeFrak & A Carter Breeder: M Galloway & A Carter #2- Dog Reg: GCHG Barbarys Reigning Royalty CGCA TKN [Dog] Breed: Chow Chow Handler: Ralph Silva Owner: R Silva Breeder: B Becker #3- Dog Reg: GCHS Bright Lights Rocyns 24k Magic [Bitch] Breed: Bulldog Handler: Eduardo Paris Owner: K Gordon, J Fisher & E Paris Breeder: R & C Stansell, K Gordon & E Lima #4- Dog Reg: CH Brookmans Bold Bliss at Lewisfield [Bitch] Breed: French Bulldog Handler: Owner: C Allan & P Lewis & J Palmer
Total Entry: 117 #1- Dog Reg: GCHG Gem-N-I River Of Urloved CGC [Dog] Breed: German Shepherd Dog Handler: Lenny Brown Owner: R Waits Breeder: M Jewell, R Waits & B Stamper #2- Dog Reg: GCHS Cordmaker Punchinello [Dog] Breed: Pulik Handler: Linda Pitts Owner: E Charles, S Kaul, M Feltenstein, R Beinhauer, L Pitts & P Kelly #3- Dog Reg: Wynwards Remembering That [Dog] Breed: Old English Sheepdog Handler: Elizabeth Fujikawa Owner: E Fujikawa & R Glickman #4- Dog Reg: GCH Ne Orageuxs Nudge Nudge Wink Wink [Dog] Breed: Briard Handler: Joan Scott Owner: T & M Millner & R & W Weber Breeder: W & R Weber
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The tropics continue to remain quiet as the official end of hurricane season approaches, but most of Florida can expect to see wet weather into the middle of the week.A distur...
A disturbance that brought rain from Jacksonville to Miami Sunday, continues to bring repeated rounds of showers, according to AccuWeather Meteorologist La Troy Thornton.
Over the next few days, some areas could see up to 3 inches of rain, with locally higher amounts in some areas that get hit with repeated downpours. Southwest Florida could see a bit less, with less than an inch.
Miami set a daily rainfall record on Sunday, recording 4.46 inches of rain.
The rain could disrupt flights across the state and affect motorists hitting the roads for Thanksgiving.
An onshore wind, combined with rough surf and high tide, could bring even more beach erosion to areas such as Daytona Beach hit hard by Hurricane Nicole, AccuWeather forecasters said.
Dangerous rip currents and the rough surf will make it a time to stay out of the water.
By Thanksgiving day, rain that has been hitting Florida since Sunday should move through, according to AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Bill Deger. Stray showers may remain in eastern areas but much of the Sunshine State should be dry.
Temperatures the week after Thanksgiving are forecast to be higher than average. Highs in early December are expected to range from 68 in Pensacola to 78 in Miami.
AAA is predicting more than 54 million people will be traveling 50 miles or more from home this Thanksgiving. That's approaching pre-pandemic levels.
Almost 49 million are expected to drive to their destinations, and could face record high gas prices. On Thanksgiving Day, the national average for gas is projected to be $3.68 per gallon, about 20 cents higher than last year's Thanksgiving, according to a recent report by GasBuddy.
The last record-high for Thanksgiving gas prices was in 2012, with a national average of $3.44.
More than 4 million will be flying, an increase of more than 330,000 travelers over 2021.
If you're driving, expect severe congestion on highways in and around Atlanta, Chicago, New York City and Los Angeles, according to INRIX, a transportation analytics firm.
To avoid the most hectic times, INRIX recommends traveling early in the morning on Wednesday or before 11 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day. Avoid peak times between 4 and 8 p.m. Friday through Sunday.
Conditions are posed for a large storm to form over the center of the U.S. on Thanksgiving. Impacts could spread east into the weekend.
Travelers should be prepared for everything from heavy rain and wind to accumulating snow, according to AccuWeather.
Experts said the weather system could bring delays to both air travelers and motorists. Chicago, Atlanta and New York could all face impacts.
"The western Caribbean Sea is being monitored for potential development at the end of the month," AccuWeather Meteorologist Brandon Buckingham said.
"With low wind shear and very warm water in this area, conditions could become conducive for development between Nov. 28 - Dec. 1."
No tropical cyclones are expected to develop over the next five days, according to the latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center.
While November isn't known for tropical storms, they are still possible.
According NOAA’s Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory, 50 hurricanes formed in November between 1851 and 2020, but only three of those made landfall in the United States.
The last one was Hurricane Eta in 2020, which made landfall in the Florida Keys Nov. 8 as a tropical storm before making another landfall near Cedar Key on Nov. 12.
Nicole was the last storm to form in the Atlantic basin. If another storm develops, it would be Owen.
Forecasters continue to urge all residents to continue monitoring the tropics and to always be prepared.
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ESPN has released its latest FPI rankings, with the Florida Gators dropping after their 31-24 loss at the hands of the Vanderbilt Commodores.The FPI rankings were developed by ESPN in 2013 to measure each team’s overall strength and predict results throughout the season. As the schedule progresses, the data used to determine a team’s FPI ranking will come from the games pl...
ESPN has released its latest FPI rankings, with the Florida Gators dropping after their 31-24 loss at the hands of the Vanderbilt Commodores.
The FPI rankings were developed by ESPN in 2013 to measure each team’s overall strength and predict results throughout the season. As the schedule progresses, the data used to determine a team’s FPI ranking will come from the games played while also predicting the outcomes for each future matchup.
The metric has not been kind to the Orange and Blue this season. They started out hot with an upset win over Utah in Billy Napier’s first game as Gators’ head coach. Afterward, the team struggled against Kentucky and USF, losing to the Wildcats and barely sneaking past the Bulls with a victory. Statistically, these were not the best performances from the Gators.
They bounced back statistically in their 38-33 loss to Tennessee and their 52-17 win over Eastern Washington. The defensive metrics improved on the back of Jayden Hill’s two interceptions (including one pick-six) in the Gators’ 24-17 victory over Missouri.
Following the Gators’ disappointing performances in their losses to LSU and Georgia, the metric swung them back to mediocre. They responded by beating Texas A&M on the road, defying the FPI’s individual game projection which gave them a 32.8% chance of winning the game. They followed that up with a dominant performance against South Carolina, clinching bowl eligibility and matching FPI’s projected win total for most of the season.
After all the progress they showed, they had a disappointing performance against Vanderbilt. The Gators could not establish their rushing identity all game, tallying only 45 total rushing yards. As a result, Anthony Richardson threw for 400 yards, a positive sign for Richardson but a negative sign for the offense as a whole. The defense also struggled mightily with penalties at costly moments. Special teams also had their dark moments, with a muffed punt leading to a Vanderbilt touchdown.