04/12/07 26 W, 1 I - + 12 - 15 Rex Healthcare


This trailer is parked across the street from Rex, along with a handful of ambulances. No Hummers, however.





Capabilities? Uses?
Silver - 04/12/07 - 17:36

Similar to WakeMed’s gaggle of stuff, just on a smaller scale. By the by, there’s also one parked down by the ER. As far as the ambulances go, they’re for granny-hauling.

And Rex should get a Hummer, to compete with WakeMed. They could race them around the Beltline…
CJS (Email) - 04/12/07 - 17:56

I guess it really has to be a bad day for Rex’s “Disaster Response” team to be activated!
Luke - 04/12/07 - 18:36

Rex is part of the SMAT (State Medical Assistance Team) just like many other hospitals. The Rex team was used extensively during Katrina, etc.
AB - 04/13/07 - 19:11

Anyone have details on SMAT and what their response would be in the event of a WMD attack? Would they set up at the hospital or go to an area as requested by an IC? How long does it take for them to assemble and deploy?
Silver - 04/14/07 - 10:54

http://cms.premis.net/smat/
[CFP 7021] (Email) - 04/14/07 - 11:04

Rex actually has 2 disaster trailers. 1 is parked at the ER and 1 is across the street. 28 ft and 24ft trailers. The SMAT is activated through Emergency Management.
AB - 04/14/07 - 21:40



  
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