Staff from IPRO’s End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Network 6 played a critical role in coordinating essential healthcare services for dialysis patients and family members/care partners evacuated from St. Croix and St. Thomas last month as a result of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. The North Carolina-based IPRO team set up camp at Dobbins Air Reserve Base in Marietta, Georgia, offering triage and support services to patients arriving nightly and requiring immediate medical attention from providers scattered across a large metropolitan area. For the first five days of the assignment, ESRD Network personnel were the only on-site staff available to evacuees, many of whom arrived in Atlanta without insulin, syringes, glucometers, BP machines or wheelchairs. IPRO staffers arranged food, shelter, supplies and transportation services and worked with the local Caribbean-American community to identify physician, pharmacy and facility resources across the metropolitan area. IPRO team members put in long hours during their first week in Marietta and reported that working alongside representatives of the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Department of Public Health, FEMA, the American Red Cross and other stakeholder organizations provided insight into the professionalism required to help individuals in need recover from natural disasters like hurricanes.