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Pediatric Offices and Hospitals:

The pediatric patient population needs special attention and care during a public health emergency such as pandemic influenza. Pediatric offices and hospitals are encouraged to plan and be prepared to provide additional medical care for this patient population during a public health emergency. The following resources are intended to help these facilities on how to plan for emergencies.

Reports and Guidance

  • A Disaster Preparedness Plan for Pediatricians    (635 KB/21 pages)
    • This plan created by the Mississippi Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics addresses the inadequacy of existing planning in addressing the unique needs of children and the need for individual physicians to develop or revise their own disaster plans.

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