EVACUATE NON-CRITICAL PATIENTS IN AN AMBUBUS.
Natural disasters, fires, and power outages may force the emergency evacuation of hospitals, nursing homes and homebound medical device dependent individuals.
But the available pool of ambulances may be woefully insufficient to manage these evacuations and handle other medical emergencies. Even with regional mutual assistance agreements, large scale disasters like Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy may mean no outside ambulances will be on-scene when needed.
Hospital and nursing home evacuations can quickly deplete the pool of available ambulances and EMTs. One AmbuBus can replace numerous ambulances so regular emergency ambulance operations can be maintained.
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White Paper: A Scalable Approach to Mass Casualty Transport
Today there are many concerns raised with regard to the decontamination of emergency response personnel, contaminated victims, and victims of a mass casualty incident at hazardous material/weapons of mass destruction (WMD) incidents.
Operational Templates and Guidance for EMS Mass Incident Deployment
“Emergency Medical Services (EMS) agencies regardless of service delivery model have sought guidance on how to better integrate their emergency preparedness and response activities into similar processes occurring at the local, regional, State, tribal and Federal levels.”
State of Texas Emergency Medical Task Force
AMBUS Standard Operating Guideline
This Standard Operating Guideline (SOG) addresses the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) tasked, multi operational period mission profile of the AMBUS component of the Emergency Medical Task Force (EMTF). Not addressed in this document is the intra-regional, one or two operational period (<24 hours) mission profile or mutual aid response.
RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS FOR MASS CASUALTY RESPONSE
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