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Plan care for dialysis patients and others stranded in a disaster
Work with your regional healthcare coalition and Health and Human Services (HHS) to identify the number of dialysis and other vulnerable patients who might show up needing critical services if water and power become scarce during a disaster.
Be prepared to coordinate with other hospitals and dialysis centers to take those patients and work with regional officials to determine when water, oxygen, and backup power resources should be pre-positioned or diverted to appropriate locations.
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