Universal Health Services details hurricane impact

The home page of one of Universal Health Services Inc.'s behavioral health hospitals in Puerto Rico.

Universal Health Service Inc. said Wednesday that recent hurricanes cost the King of Prussia company’s operations in Texas, Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands $8 million to $9 million on an after-tax basis.

Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria did not cause extensive property damage to the 28 behavioral health-care facilities and three hospitals in the path of the storms, and most of them have resumed normal operations, UHS said. A portion of the beds in a behavioral-health facility in Houston remain closed, and three behavioral health facilities in Puerto Rico are open but operating on auxiliary power.

UHS also recorded a $5 million after-tax charge related to an unspecified Texas court order.