Staff at the Misericordia Hospital are working to get things back to normal after a valve ruptured late Thursday night, causing flooding throughout several floors on the west side of the facility.
All elective surgeries were cancelled on Friday as more than 50 patients were shuffled between units, said hospital spokesperson Rayne Kuntz on Friday.
Covenant Health officials met Saturday to discuss the cleanup and operations at the hospital, said spokesperson Donna Call.
She said a preliminary environmental assessment has now been completed, adding that it will still be several days before officials can start planning for repairs at the facility.
However, Call says the hospital is no longer redirecting ambulances to other facilities.
"While all of that takes place, our first concern will be patient safety and staff safety," said Call. "We are well organized to care for our patients as they come."
It's not clear how long the units will remain closed.