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Emergency Preparedness

Lake County Public Health prepares for natural and man-made disasters and disease threats, working collaboratively with other emergency responders, healthcare facilities, and local citizens in order to serve the community.

Lake County’s Public Health Preparedness and Response program focuses on planning the response to disease threats, such influenza pandemics, bioterrorism, and health hazards associated with natural disasters (earthquakes, floods, wildfires and others).

 
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Medical Reserve Corps
For volunteer healthcare professionals of all types who wish to participate in periodic trainings and emergency exercises in Lake County. When disaster strikes, YOU can make the difference! For volunteer information or questions, please contact Kimberly Baldwin at (707)263-1090 ext. 155. Click here to visit our website Medical Reserve Corps.
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Lake County Residents
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Contact Lake County Health Services (707) 263-1090
Disaster Healthcare Workers
For licensed health professionals and unlicensed staff supporting healthcare functions
Amateur Radio Communications:
To get licensed and participate locally, visit the local amateur radio clubs:
Lake County Amateur Radio Society
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Hospital Preparedness Program

The purpose of the Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) is to enhance the ability of hospitals and health care systems to prepare for and respond to bioterrorism and other public health emergencies. Program priority areas include interoperable communication systems, National Incident Management System compliance and training, bed tracking, volunteer management, mass fatality management planning and hospital evacuation and shelter-in-place planning. During the past five years HPP funds have also improved medical surge capacity and resources, decontamination capabilities, isolation capacity, pharmaceutical supplies, training, education, drills and exercises.

Hospitals, outpatient facilities, health centers, poison control centers, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and other healthcare partners work with the appropriate state or local health department to acquire funding and improve healthcare system preparedness through this program.

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Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP)