Nov 2, 2018
Disasters happen and sometimes without notice. Hospice agencies are required to have emergency plans should there be a disaster in their area. This episode describes the responsibilities of the agency and the unit of care when emergencies happen.
Hurricanes, floods, wildfires, tornadoes, chemical spills, blizzards, the list of potential emergencies can be frightening. No matter where you live you need to have an emergency plan, whether you're a hospice provider, or a patient or caregiver.
Here are things you need to know when it comes to emergency preparedness:
To learn more about emergency preparedness visit www.ready.gov, a government website with tips and resources on how to prepare for emergencies.
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