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PPHR Executive Summary Example

Description:

This Executive Summary was submitted by the Seminole County Health Department in Florida as part of their PPHR application in 2008. This document provides a strong example of the Executive Summary document required by PPHR.

This 26-page Word document includes information on several aspects of emergency planning and response in the county, including:

  • the county's approach to public health preparedness
  • EOP planning methodology
  • the county's mission, organization and services
  • the health department's staff profile
  • the county's profile and geography
  • the county's government structure
  • vulnerable populations
  • mutual aid in the county
  • the workforce assessment
  • exercises and real events and
  • the future exercise plan

Please remember that this document was created to meet an earlier version of the criteria and it may not contain all elements required by the current version of the criteria. 

For more information on writing an executive summary for PPHR, please refer to the PPHR Criteria.

 

 

Toolkit:

PPHR Toolkit

Keyword Area:

Project Public Health Ready

Jurisdiction:

400,000 - 499,999

Institutional Author:

Seminole County Health Department, FL

Submitted:

02/02/2010

Modified:

08/17/2012

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