Disaster preparedness

In the news

Disaster Preparedness Post January 2012

What is a Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT)?

State seeking DMAT volunteers

Guidelines on who should receive care in a pandemic

DHHS: Personal Disaster Planning

Important links

NSRC Contact

Jenny Bush, B.S. RRT-NPS, RPFT, CCM, Black Belt
Chair, Pandemic and Disaster Planning Sub-committee
Phone: 402-525-1717
Email: jenny@bushfarms.com

AARC site for Pandemic Flu/Mass Casualty/Disaster Planning

Nebraska’s Center for Biopreparedness Education and resources

Medical Reserve Corp in Nebraska

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality:   Under the tools and resources are articles to help understand and plan for disasters. They include community planning, mass prophylaxis, pandemic influenza, pediatric issues, surge capacity and others.

Ready Campaign:  Individual, family, business disaster planning.  Recommendations from the US Department of Homeland Security.

Nebraska Medical Response Systems:   The purpose of the Nebraska Regional Medical Response Systems is to prepare local medical systems, in partnership and collaboration with public health, fire, law enforcement, emergency management, government entities and community organizations, for an integrated medical response to any disaster, including those that could result from a terrorist attack.

Local Planning and Preparation For a Potential Pandemic Influenza

FEMA’s introductory training on the Nation Response Network


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