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Who this is for: This page houses checklists that were developed by CDC and the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) to help healthcare facilities prepare for managing patients with infectious diseases such as Ebola virus disease (EVD).
What this is for: Facilities should review infection control policies and procedures and incorporate plans for administrative, environmental, and communication measures. Facilities should also define the individual work practices that will be required to detect the introduction of a patient with EVD or other emerging infectious disease, prevent spread, and manage the impact on patients, the facility, and staff. These checklists are not intended to set forth mandatory requirements or establish national standards.
Archived: This checklist highlights some key areas for health care facilities to review in preparation for a person with EVD arriving for medical care.
Archived: This checklist highlights some key areas health care providers to review in preparation that a person with EVD arrives for medical care.
Archived: This checklist is intended to enhance collective preparedness and response by highlighting key areas for healthcare coalitions to review in preparation for a person under investigation for Ebola at a coalition member’s facility.
Archived: This checklist is intended to enhance collective preparedness and response by highlighting key areas for Emergency Medical Services personnel to review in preparation for encountering and providing medical care to a person under investigation for Ebola.
- Page last reviewed: March 22, 2016
- Page last updated: January 22, 2015
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