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APC Connector Sites
The Advanced Practice Centers (APC) Connector Sites Initiative is designed to expand the APC network, and to support field testing and quality improvement of selected APC products. Each Connector site is paired with an APC Site, and the APC Site’s product.  Developed by local health departments and funded as Advanced Practice Center Sites, the products are designed to strengthen the capacity and capabilities of local health departments to prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters and other public health emergencies.  The 2010–2011 Connector Sites, and the new APC products that they are testing, are listed below.    
  • Champaign-Urbana Public Health District (IL) – Reviewing  Transitional Framework for Pandemic Readiness and Response (developed by Toledo-Lucas County Advanced Practice Center).
  • Gunnison County Department of Health & Human Services (CO) -Reviewing Blueprint for the Use of Volunteers in Hospitals (developed by Mesa County Advanced Practice Center).
  •  Palm Beach County Health Department (FL) - Reviewing A Prescription for Preparedness: An Online Community for Local Health Departments and Pharmacist to help Ready America for Emergencies (developed by Montgomery County Advanced Practice Center).
  •  Coastal Health District (GA) - Reviewing  On the Safe Side: A Security Toolkit for Public Health Emergencies (developed by South Carolina Advanced Practice Center).
  • Southern Nevada Health District (NV) -Reviewing  Infectious Disease Emergency Response (IDER) Toolkit (developed by San Francisco Advanced Practice Center).
  • Cerro-Gordo County Department of Public Health (IA) - Reviewing  Sustaining Critical Services: Continuity of Operations Toolkit for Public Health  (developed by Seattle & King County Advanced Practice Center).
  • Thurston County Public Health and Social Services Department (WA) - Reviewing  Inclusive Just-In-Time Training for Public Health Investigations (developed by Multnomah County Advanced Practice Center).
  • Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OK) -Reviewing Biosurveillance Solutions Toolkit (developed by Tarrant County Advanced Practice Center).