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MGT-341 - Disaster Preparedness for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations Within the Community Infrastructure

Disaster Preparedness for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations Within the Community Infrastructure brings together those individuals from the hospital and healthcare community who are responsible for ensuring the resiliency of healthcare services during a high consequence or catastrophic event within a jurisdiction. Through a focus on preparedness processes and activities, this course provides an opportunity for participants to acquire the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to help them ensure the sustainability of their facilities and organizations during all types of disasters.

Course Objectives:
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
  • Define preparedness
  • Discuss the three types of hazards Identify weapons of mass destruction categories. 
  • Identify the community's potential hazards. 
  • Describe medical injuries associated with different hazards Describe the preparedness components of the National Incident Management System NIMS),the National Response Framework (NRF), and the National Preparedness Guidelines (NPG).
  • Discuss preparedness assessment using the Target Capability List.
  • Describe the National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP) and its relationship to the healthcare community. Identify Critical Infrastructure/Key Resources (CIKR) components that would affect the
    public health and healthcare infrastructure sector.
  • Explain the concept of comprehensive emergency management.
  • Discuss all-hazards emergency planning. Identify components of a Hospital Emergency Operations Plan.
  • Describe training and exercise processes. Explain development of a Continuity of Operations Plan.
  • Describe two types of recovery phases.
  • Identify key components in healthcare recovery preparedness planning Identify special considerations to be addressed in recovering from a large-scale disaster event.
  • Explain the concept of medical surge as an indicator of preparedness.
  • Discuss the four key components of medical surge.
  • Describe the features of a hospital surge checklist.

 

How This Course is Offered:
Delivered onsite at a location designated by the requesting jurisdiction. To learn more or schedule a delivery, contact Francis L. Melton |Training Manager Francis.Melton@teex.tamu.edu  (979).845.1161


Prerequisites & Other Information:
None

Recommended Training:
Participants are encouraged to take the online course IS 100, IS 200, and IS 700a  from  http://training.fema.gov/IS/ prior to attending this course
AWR-160 at  www.teexwmdcampus.com


Cost:
No tuition is charged.


Course Specifics

Hours: 16.00
Provider: TEEX
Sponsor: DHS-FEMA TEI
Disciplines: Emergency Management
Emergency Medical Service
Health Care
Public Health


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Available Classes

ViewCourse NumberClass NameLocationDatesSeats Available 
View class MGT-341 Disaster Preparedness for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations Within the Community InfrastructureMidland Memorial Hospital
400 Rosalind Redfern Grover Pkwy
Midland, TX 79701
09/06/2017 - 09/07/2017 28 View Details
View class MGT-341 Disaster Preparedness for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations Within the Community InfrastructureOffice of Emergency Management
6055 Threadgill
El Paso, TX 79925
09/14/2017 - 09/15/2017 34 View Details
View class MGT-341 Disaster Preparedness for Hospitals and Healthcare Organizations Within the Community InfrastructureSan Antonio State Hospital
6711 South New Braunfels Ave
San Antonio, TX 78223
09/27/2017 - 09/28/2017 37 View Details
       
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