The REDi HCC has developed a timeline for the Response Plan Annexes. In addition to the partners who regularly contribute to the planning process, the Coalition will need partners who specialize in and are knowledgeable of pediatrics and the appropriate resources specific to this population to provide input and information on this plan.
If you can inform this process, or know someone who should be included in the planning, please contact the REDi HCC at email@example.com ASAP to ensure they are included in the planning process.
The REDi HCC Response Plan Annexes Development Timeline can be found above.
The REDi Healthcare Coalition hosts a variety of meetings, exercises and trainings throughout the region and virtually. This calendar provides a general overview of Coalition activities for July 2018 through June 2019. Many dates have yet to be finalized, but have an anticipated time frame in which they will occur.
All events will be hosted on our REDi Healthcare Coalition Eventbrite page and shared through our email bulletin.
One of the best ways to get involved with the Coalition is to attend our General Meetings. Open to all Healthcare Coalition partners, these meetings bring together healthcare, public health and emergency management partners from across the region to network, plan, and share resources related to healthcare emergency preparedness and response. The REDi Healthcare Coalition hosts General Meetings quarterly in each catchment area hub (Tri-Cities, Wenatchee and Spokane).
REDiLINK is a bi-monthly e-publication containing information on:
These frequent publications serve as timely, but succinct reports on immediate regional and national news.
Sign up to receive these electronic newsletters here.
Coalition member organizations provide expertise and receive the benefit of other’s experience to build regional response capabilities together. Membership can be held by any agency supporting the 19 counties and four tribal nations of eastern Washington, is specific to the agency, and may be met through the combined contributions of multiple staff members who represent their agency.
By becoming a member of the Coalition, an organization is committing to strengthening regional response through timely information sharing, submitting lessons learned from exercises and incidents across the region, and engaging in the collaborative work needed to build regional response capabilities.
For membership details, please see our Membership Definition Document.