Tag - Critical Event Preparedness and Response

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Boil Water Advisory Updates

2:21 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11 We have been given the all-clear and the water boil advisory has been lifted by the Augusta Utilities Department. We appreciate your efforts to ensure quality care and service during this situation. 12:07 p.m. Thursday...

CERT program certifies disaster responders

Georgia Regents Medical Center on-call chaplain Linda Hamilton knows exactly what to do should disaster strike in the hospital, at Georgia Regents University, in Richmond County or at her home. She’ll use the knowledge and skills she learned through...

CEPaR Corner: Health care solution to disaster

CEPaR Corner: Health care solution to disaster

Following the tragic events of September 11, the Georgia Hospital Association convened a group to explore gaps in emergency preparedness. The group recognized a disaster event may create a need for patient evacuation or transfer. Such an event could...

Sign up for emergency texts with GR Alerts

In an emergency, where would you turn for information? GR Alerts is the alert system Georgia Regents University uses to send urgent emails, voice messages, and text messages to students, faculty, and staff. “In a real-world emergency we turn to GR...

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