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  1. North Carolina Regional ESF 8 Response and Recovery Plan ASPR Region IV MeetingNorth CarolinaRegional Plan Update

  2. Purpose To bring together regional healthcare resources, health providers, emergency medical resources, ancillary resources and first response partners to develop the North Carolina Regional ESF 8 Response and Recovery Plan

  3. Objectives • To develop a plan that provides state-wide consistency & regional flexibility. • To create a plan that fully supports the mission of each region’s medical disaster response & recovery resources. • To create an atmosphere of close communication, cooperation & collaboration between state & regional stakeholders.

  4. What the Plans are: • Organizational plan, not an operational plan • A living document • Compilation of current practices

  5. Methods: • Eight regional teams composed of a SME for Planning and Medical. • Regional data is being via face to face site visits & virtual. • Information is being collected from both the SMARTT system & the OEMS GIS system.

  6. Phases • Phase I: Develop Templates • Phase II: First Site Visit • Phase III: Plan Development • Phase IV: Second Site Visit – Plan Review

  7. Plan Template • Base Plan • Annexes: • Mass Casualty • Patient Evacuation and Movement • Special Medical Needs • Surge Capability/Capacity (External) • Mass Fatality Management • Critical Medical Infrastructure and Key Resources • Resource Restoration • Behavior Health Care • State Medical Response System (SMRS) • Special Event • Veterinary Medical Support • Mobile Disaster Hospital • Infectious Disease • Hurricane • Radiological/Nuclear Disasters • Nature Events (Severe Storm/Tornado/Flood) • Explosive Incidents

  8. Stakeholders • RAC • Public Health • Emergency Management • Law Enforcement • Hospitals/Trauma Centers/Community & Rural Health • EMS/Ambulance Services • Private Medical • Key Elected Officials • Long Term Care Facilities • Volunteer Groups • Veterinarians

  9. Resources Collect available resources from key stakeholders to include: • Plans (Response, MSN, COOP, COG) • Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) • MAAs • Contracts • Resource Lists • Standard Operating Procedures/Processes

  10. Resource Request Process

  11. Added Benefits • Gap analysis (identify strengths & weaknesses) • Sharing of best practices • Improve documentation for grant funding

  12. Points of Contact Principle Investigator Mike Proctor, MD Director of Program Development National Center for Emergency Medical Preparedness & Response (NCEMPR) Texas A&M University System 256-310-5212 mproctor@srph.tamhsc.edu mwpmd53@yahoo.com