Enhanced emergency preparedness is the focus of a new hospital being built by Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Medical facilities throughout the United States are beginning to see the need to move beyond preparation for simple daily medical events to be prepared for catastrophic disasters.
Dr. Dino Rumoro, Rush's chairman of emergency medicine told the Chicago Tribune, "The ERs of the past are focused on traumas, colds and broken bones. But we're prepared--not just for bioterrorism, but for the kind of infection and pandemic diseases that can overwhelm any hospital. It's a whole new era."
The idea that we are dealing with a whole new era in emergency preparedness is beginning to jell amongst the managers of many larger organizations and facilities. We created the MobileAid line of emergency response products to address the growing need for facilities of all sizes to be prepared for catastrophic emergencies and disasters.
All of us are coming to understand that every level of society is going to have to enhance its preparedness if communities are to be able to effectively respond to the natural and man-made threats of this century.
At LifeSecure, we have been helping families and institutions for over six years to respond to any emergency or disaster with our LifeSecure line of emergency solutions. To date we have helped to secure over 475,000 people in case of an emergency or disaster.
In the past three years our MobileAid Emergency Response line has been very well received and continues to grow as institutions of all kinds ensure that they have adequate supplies and equipment to respond to any emergency or disaster. Hospitals are among those institutions that have adopted MobileAid products into their emergency preparations.
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