Emergency Management Planning Guide
Emergencies occur suddenly and without warning. Are you prepared?
Ontario has faced more than 30 natural, health and biological disasters over the last decade. These events have affected local residents by causing deaths, personal injuries, disease outbreak (infection) and evacuation.
People with chronic kidney disease must have access to care during these types of emergencies. Everyone has a role to play in being prepared and knowing what to do in advance of an emergency.
Our Emergency Management Planning Guide standardizes and supports emergency management planning for all chronic kidney disease service providers across the province. All of these service providers across Ontario have developed local emergency management plans.
- A Dedicated Team of Experts – to answer your technical, clinical and operational questions and concerns. Access these experts by email.
- Project Tools – presentations, supporting documents, and a project calendar identifying key dates and deliverables for the project are available through the Chronic Kidney Disease Regional Collaboration site. Executive Indicator Reports will monitor progress against all required activities.
- Regular Communication – facilities will receive ongoing updates and guidance on implementation activities and valuable information for stakeholders.
Pandemic Planning Clinical Guideline
This clinical guideline recommends a systematic approach to prioritizing the consultation and treatment of patients with chronic kidney disease in Ontario during the time of a pandemic.