CATAWBA, Va.—Catawba Hospital is making changes after Sunday's snow storm.
The facility, which has 43 buildings, lost power around midnight Sunday.
Administrators had to bring in an portable generator because the one that failed powers the main hospital building.
Catawba Hospital houses about 100 adults who need mental healthcare.
Walton Mitchell, CEO of Catawba Hospital told WDBJ7, "We didn't lose food service. There was no interruption in patient care. There were no injuries, no bad patient events from this. For them, it really had very minimal impact."
Maintenance crews are waiting for parts before they can fix the emergency generator.
The portable generator will remain on site until those repairs are made. It is unclear how much the repairs will cost.
The hospital says it had a lot of local and state cooperation to help get power restored as soon as possible.
For example, state officials were able to let Appalachian Power know electricity was out at the hospital