Regions Respond to Catastrophes
In large-scale disasters that include but are not limited to detonation of an improvised nuclear device, a major earthquake, or another large hurricane striking a major US city, we will simultaneously lose health care system capacity with damage to facilities while needing to care for a surge of injured and ill people seeking care. This cannot be accomplished by a single or few facilities, but requires a region-wide plan.
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