Public Health Emergency Preparedness for Central Oregon

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Public Health Emergency Preparedness for Central Oregon
Deschutes, Jefferson and Crook Counties pursued a shared approach to public health preparedness activities. They named their initiative Public Health Emergency Preparedness for Central Oregon (PHEPCO), and ultimately focused on developing shared risk communications and a joint medical surge plan.

The following links provide more information about this site:

  • Summary Report: This report was published in 2015 and provides a summary of the site’s activities during the time it was a demonstration site for the Center.
  • Site Visit Report: The Center visited the site in July 2103. This report documents the activities from the site visit as well as some of the Center’s observations.
  • Project Description: The site produced this report to describe its work.

 


Learn more about CJS in Oregon

To learn more about the public health system and cross-jurisdictional sharing in Oregon, and to find examples of other CJS arrangements there, visit the Center’s state page about Oregon.


Policies, Procedures, Tools and Reports Produced by this Grantee