New York University's Langone Medical Center said Monday it plans to bring back some of its inpatient care services at its main hospital before the year ends.
After the hospital was evacuated after Hurricane Sandy the center said it aims to reopen Tisch Hospital in phases by the end of the month.
It hopes to return nearly all services by the end of January.
That would include portions of the Emergency Department despite significant hurricane damage.
Many of NYU's clinics are currently open with extended hours and services.
The NYU School of Medicine is also up and running.