Disaster Responses: Is the US Really Prepared? Lessons from Anthrax, Tsunamis, and Hurricanes

Disaster Responses: Is the US Really Prepared? Lessons from Anthrax, Tsunamis, and Hurricanes

 

Lee Jacobs, MD

Fall 2006 - Volume 10 Number 3

https://doi.org/10.7812/TPP/06-024

The people of Kaiser Permanente (KP) continue to respond to the health care needs of survivors of major disasters. In this issue of The Permanente Journal (TPJ) (see page 59), we remember Katrina one year later by taking a glimpse at the experiences of KP responders as they cared for the evacuees in Houston and New Orleans. 

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