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Name MGT-409 Community Healthcare Planning and Response to Disasters : ( MGT-409)
Description This course provides comprehensive planning tools to mitigate impacts on communities during large-scale incidents and examines the need for collaboration among responders in a community-wide disaster response. It is taught through a combination of facilitated discussion, hands-on training and traditional instruction. Recognizing that response to disasters differs by locale, the course can be tailored to local participant needs. Several activities rely on the varied expertise and experiences of the audience to provide information about their planning considerations and response roles.
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Target Audience The audience should be integrated and must include participants from the following professional disciplines: Healthcare, Public Safety, Emergency Management, Public Health The target audience for the Direct Delivery version of this course includes: • Healthcare provider administration • Fire departments • Hospital clinical leadership • Law enforcement • Hospital non-clinical supervisors • Public information officers • Hospital liaison officers • Public works directors • Hospital safety, emergency planning • Elected officials and emergency preparedness • Transportation administration • Mental health professionals • Schools • Home healthcare and hospice • Human services • Functional needs caretaker • Community health centers • Local, county and state public • Non-governmental and faith-based health departments • Veterinarians and veterinarian • Emergency management technicians organizations • Emergency medical services
Additional Information Class begins both days at 8:00 AM and ends at 5:00 PM. The classroom may be cold so please bring a jacket or sweater. Please be mindful to park only in open, unmarked spots. Some space are reserved for county vehicles. Addition al instructions will be disseminated as the training date nears.
Location FDOH in Broward County
Address 780 SW 24th Street
Ft. Lauderdale 33315
Broward
Region 7

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Date Tuesday, Jan 15, 2019 - Wednesday, Jan 16, 2019
Point of Contact Genevie Rodriguez
954-467-4700 x 5185  
Genevie.Rodriguez@flhealth.gov
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NameCountyOrganization
Nancy CosmanBroward Broward Emergency Management Division/ Federal Eme
Rick StrulBroward Broward County MRC, FLWG CAP
Josette RoweBroward Other-Broward
Mikerlange AlismaBroward  
Christopher LuczywoOrange First 2 Aid EMS
Shannon PatelskyPalm Beach Red Cross
Daniel RuizBroward Broward Emergency Response Team
Tasha TitusBroward Department of Health
Veronica PerezMiami-Dade Other-Miami-Dade
Genevie RodriguezBroward Department of Health
Jonas PascalBroward Broward County Emergency Management Division
Stefan ChenMiami-Dade  
Crystal SchaeferMiami-Dade Other-Miami-Dade
Jeffrey BoydPalm Beach Palm Beach County Fire Rescue/AHIMT Region 7
Ray NellisseryBroward Department of Health
Keith GoldenPalm Beach Town of Palm Beach
Kamal KingBroward Department of Health
Johnathan FernandezMiami-Dade City of Miami EM
johann McgowansBroward Other-Broward
Jesus CendanMiami-Dade  
Gregory GibbsMiami-Dade  
Catherine DrakeMiami-Dade Other-Miami-Dade
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