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Southeast Texas Regional Advisory Council
Monday, October 08, 2012
Symposium to Focus on the Emergency Preparedness Needs of the
– The Regional Healthcare Preparedness Coalition (RHPC) is holding its collaborative symposium with healthcare professionals, first responders and emergency management officials aimed at better preparing the healthcare community to respond to public health emergencies or disaster events, including terrorist attacks.
The Regional Healthcare Preparedness Coalition (RHPC)
The following experts will be available for media interviews/photographs*:
Darrell Pile, CEO, SouthEast Texas Regional Advisory Council
Lori Upton, Regional Director of Preparedness, SouthEast Texas Regional Advisory Council
Robin Davis, Senior Emergency Manager, Texas Children’s Hospital
Melanie Bartis, Program Manager, City of Houston Mayor’s Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security
2012 RHPC Preparedness Symposium
October 9-10, 2012 starting at 8:00 a.m.
Galveston Island Convention Center
5600 Seawall Boulevard
Galveston, TX 77551
*Note: Media attending the conference will need to sign in at the registration table.
On-site point of contact: Francisco Sánchez, (281) 831-2289
The SouthEast Texas Regional Advisory Council (SETRAC) has two separate missions which are the Hospital Preparedness Program and clinical service lines. SETRAC prepares our nine county region for manmade or natural emergencies, disasters and mass casualty events. Trauma, stroke, cardiac and pediatric service lines focus on establishing protocols and standards of care to deliver our community the appropriate care through the appropriate facilities with the appropriate care givers.
The Regional Healthcare Preparedness Coalition (RHPC) is the preparedness committee of SETRAC. RHPC provides collaborative planning and response to emergencies, and preserves the medical infrastructure of the region.
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