In partnership with NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), Community Health Care Association of NYS (CHCANYS) and its NYC-based emergency management initiative PCEPN, will host its Fifth Annual Emergency Preparedness Seminar for Primary Care.
The presenters for this year's Seminar, will discuss the role that community health centers, aka federally-qualified health centers (FQHC) and other types of primary care facilities can play in regards to response and recovery during and after emergencies and disasters. We will be covering the following topics:
Hurricane Harvey response and recovery - an FQHC perspective
Working with community health centers during emergencies - the Massachusetts model
Resources for community health centers via National Cooperative Agreement (NCA) holders with Health and Resources Services Administration (HRSA)
New York City health care coalition - news and updates
Priority communication programs
Active shooter threats - building an effective policy and procedure
To learn more and to register, please click here or download the flyer.