Public Health Preparedness and Response from the Hyde County Health Department
The Public Health Preparedness & Response program provides planning and response plans to emergencies affecting public health.
This program prepares Hyde County to respond to public health emergencies caused by bioterrorism, infectious disease outbreaks such as pandemic flu and avian flu, natural disasters and other public health threats. The Hyde County Health Department has developed plans, procedures and guidelines for how we will protect individuals during emergencies and disasters that affect our county.
Before the Storm:
- Are YOU ready for a flood?
- Hurricane Education for Children
- Emergency Checklist
- Family Emergency Plan
- Be Ready! Make an emergency plan.
- For kids: help them prepare for disasters
After the Storm:
- Important Information from HCHD After the Storm
- Mosquito Borne Illnesses
- Protect Your Family From the Dangers of Flood Water
- Well Water Quality After the Flood
- Septic Tank Care After the Flood
- Returning Home After the Flood
- Injury Prevention After the Storm
- Food Safety
- During & After the Storm
Prepararse para la temporada de huracanes con los siguientes consejos:
- Previniendo las lesioner después de la tormenta
- Cuidado con los alimentos y el agua después de la tormenta
- Importante Precauciones que Deben Tomarse Durante y Después de un Huracán
For more public health preparedness information visit:
The Preparedness Coordinator is Misty Gibbs. Contact her at (252) 926-4184 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org