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Emergency Preparedness Checklist for Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities, and Group Homes [ PDF ]
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This Checklist is designed to ensure that health care facilities are well prepared and able to shelter-in-place and remain self-sufficient during a variety of emergencies.

Although licensing and quality standards vary by jurisdiction, public health professional and local, state, and federal regulators can view the Checklist as a template that is readily adaptable to their needs and uses.


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Emergency Preparedness Checklist for Nursing Homes Assisted Living Facilities and Group Homes   [351.4 Kb .pdf]

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Emergency Preparedness Checklist for Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities and Group Homes


Product details

Author: Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center
Related Topics: Vulnerable Populations
Suggested Audiences: Business/Community/Civic leaders, Health officials, Mental Health professionals, Nurses (general), Planners, Policy makers/analysts, Social Workers
Product PHEP Capabilities: Capability 1: Community Preparedness, Capability 2: Community Recovery

Goals and Objectives:

The tool has been proven to be useful for:

• Emergency preparedness training, planning, and assessment
• Annual quality-of-care surveys
• Follow-up inquiries and consultation
• Efforts to contact facility administrators during actual emergencies