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Forms & Documents > Public Health Emergency Preparedness > Plans & Standard Operating Procedures

Name Description Type
Emergency Triage Standard Operating Procedure This procedure is designed to be a companion document to the County of San Luis Obispo Public Health Department Surge Capacity SOP and the County of San Luis Obispo Isolation and Quarantine SOP, and will provide guidance for Emergency Medical Services (EMS), hospital and other healthcare providers in determining the appropriate location and level of care for patients. Authenticated 2015; Last revised 5-2018 File
Public Health All Hazards Emergency Operations Plan This plan is designed to provide the foundation for SLOPHD in preparing for, mitigating against, responding to, and recovering from an emergency. The Plan describes how SLOPHD integrates into the SLO County emergency response structure. It provides a framework for coordination of response and recovery efforts within SLOPHD in coordination with the OA, state government, and federal agencies where appropriate. File
Public-Health-Closed Point of Distribution Standard Operating Procedure The purpose of this Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is to describe the process for distribution of prophylaxis (medications or vaccines) or medical supplies to Closed POD partners where a written agreement, planning, and training have taken place prior to the emergency event. The SOP also provides guidance to the Closed POD partner(s) for their medication or medical supply distribution process. File
Surge Capacity Standard Operating Procedure Guide the hospitals and other response entities in San Luis Obispo County in responding effectively to any event that presents the potential for a large number of persons seeking emergency and/or acute medical assistance, at the location of the hospital, or the defined hospital zone. File

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