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Hospitals learn crisis response lessons after disasters strike unexpectedly

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June 8, 2017

Hospital ER staff train hard to respond to almost any imaginable incident—it’s part of their accreditation requirements, and key to successful outcomes and saved lives. But any well-rehearsed plan depends on many things happening at once, and if circumstances change suddenly, the staff may need to be flexible.

Hospital ER staff train hard to respond to almost any imaginable incident—it’s part of their accreditation requirements, and key to successful outcomes and saved lives. But any well-rehearsed plan depends on many things happening at once, and if circumstances change suddenly, the staff may need to be flexible.



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