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Houston's Medical Disaster Response to Hurricane Katrina: Part 2: Transitioning from Emergency Evacuee Care to Community Health Care

Hamilton, D., Gavagan, T., Smart, K., et al. (2009). Houston's Medical Disaster Response to Hurricane Katrina: Part 2: Transitioning from Emergency Evacuee Care to Community Health Care. (Abstract only.) National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine.

The authors explain how alternate care sites were set up in Houston to provide medical care for Hurricane Katrina evacuees. Topics covered include elements of the regional disaster response (e.g., regional coordination, triage and emergency medical service transfers into the region's medical centers, medical care in population shelters, and community health challenges).
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