|Disaster Preparedness for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations within the Community Infrastructure (MGT-341)|
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|This course introduces the various natural, technological and civil hazards, to which hospitals and healthcare organizations may be vulnerable, and the potential impacts of those hazards. Federal guidelines and legislation that serve to aid in the preparedness for, and response to, incidents involving these hazards are discussed, as are current emergency management standards for the hospital community. Participants review response and recovery issues that should be addressed by medical facilities and organizations in preparation for a large-scale incident, including identification of critical resources necessary for response and recovery.
CLEET Accredited Course: 16 credit hours.
Participant Audience: Disciplines include the following: Hospital and healthcare managers; department heads, directors, assistant directors and senior medical staff; personnel responsible for, or contributing to, emergency preparedness planning; regulatory personnel; public health/health department personnel; local emergency management directors; and emergency services managers/administrators.
Hotel Accommodations will not be provided.
Sponsored By: Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security and Washington County Health Department
Delivered By: Texas A&M Engineering Extension Services (TEEX)
|07/25/2013 08:00am - 07/26/2013 05:00pm|
Washington County Health Department
5121 SE Jacquelyn Lane
|Course will be in Conference Room 4|