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FEMA Case Study Library

NYU Langone Medical Center

NYU Langone Medical Center is a critical need, private nonprofit complex consisting of the New York University (NYU) School of Medicine and three hospitals, Tisch Hospital is a 705-bed acute care facility,  the Hospital for Joint Diseases and the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine.

Risk MAP Success Story: Blaine County, Idaho: A Reservoir of Effective Communication

This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process at Blaine County, Idaho.

Risk MAP Success Story: New York Catskills Watersheds – Partnerships and Products for More Resilient Communities

This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process at the New York Catskills Watersheds.

Risk MAP Success Story: Clackamas County, Oregon: Can Risk MAP Turn on a Dime?

This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process at Clackamas County, Oregon.

Risk MAP Success Story: Gwinnett County, Georgia Revamps Stormwater Infrastructure Improvement Plans

This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process at Gwinnett County, Georgia.

Risk MAP Success Story: Coweta County, Georgia Enhances Countywide Hazard Mitigation Plan Using Flood Risk Products

This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process at Coweta County, Georgia.

Risk MAP Success Story: The Herbert Hoover Dike Presented a Unique Challenge; FEMA Responded With a Unique Solution

This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process in South Florida.

Risk MAP Success Story: Robust Outreach Leads to Expedited Updates to the Flood Insurance Rate Maps for the New Orleans Area

This page describes the successes that came about from implementing the Risk MAP process in the New Orleans area.

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe

I. Overview