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REGIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH RESPONSE

The Ohio Department of Health’s preparedness coordination for the ten (10) counties in the South Central Ohio region is comprised of two regional roles/functions: public health and hospitals. 

These two coordinator functions collaborate with other partners,
such as:   
Health departments
Hospitals
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Emergency Management Agencies (EMA)
Law enforcement
Etc.

Refining, augment and enhance local and regional capabilities to address and manage health consequences of bioterrorism, terrorism, unintentional, or naturally occurring events.

A Healthcare Preparedness Training Event

Water Outage
Emergency Planning
A.L.I.C.E Training Hospital CME
Mass Dispensing
Vaccines
POD Exercise Volunteer Flyer
Steps and Partnerships in Outbreak Investigation
Bed Bugs and Scabies


Resources



Current Disease Outbreaks
Outbreaks:
Center for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)
(website)

Preparedness Activities for Kids
Ready Kids:
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

(website)

Functional & Medical Special Needs
Special Needs, Special Preparation: FEMA
(website)

Personal/Family Preparedness
Plan & Prepare: American Red Cross
(website)
Prepare Your Home & Family: American Red Cross
(website)
Are You Ready? An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness: FEMA
(website)
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CLINICS / INFORMATION
Emergency Response Plan

ADDRESS
Hocking County Health Department
350 St. Rt. 664N (map)
Logan, Ohio

OFFICE HOURS

Monday-Friday: 8am-4pm

PHONE
740-385-3030