2008-01-11 / Community

PHC Drills For Emergencies


Under the guidance of Peninsula Hospital Cent4er (PHC) Director of Safety, Julie Hassing and PHC Security Director, Michael Valentino, members of the Emergency Command Team practiced procedures to prepare for emergency situations. Regular HEICS (Hospital Emergency Incident Command System) drills are held so that in the event of a true emergency, Hospital Center staff will be prepared to handle any emergency situation which might arise. Pictured (lr): Julie Hassing, Liz Sulik, External Affairs Director; Mike Valentino, Robin Blackwell, RN, Chief Nursing Executive and Vice President of Nursing; Peter Galvin, MD, Chief Medical Officer; Reneé Hembree-Bey, RN, Director, Infection Control; Martin Grossman, MD, Director of Medicine; John Pardo, Vice President of Operations; Allen Corby, Vice President of Operations and Ron Musselwhite, Vice President, Human Resources. Under the guidance of Peninsula Hospital Cent4er (PHC) Director of Safety, Julie Hassing and PHC Security Director, Michael Valentino, members of the Emergency Command Team practiced procedures to prepare for emergency situations. Regular HEICS (Hospital Emergency Incident Command System) drills are held so that in the event of a true emergency, Hospital Center staff will be prepared to handle any emergency situation which might arise. Pictured (lr): Julie Hassing, Liz Sulik, External Affairs Director; Mike Valentino, Robin Blackwell, RN, Chief Nursing Executive and Vice President of Nursing; Peter Galvin, MD, Chief Medical Officer; Reneé Hembree-Bey, RN, Director, Infection Control; Martin Grossman, MD, Director of Medicine; John Pardo, Vice President of Operations; Allen Corby, Vice President of Operations and Ron Musselwhite, Vice President, Human Resources.

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