Hospital employees train during a mock disaster at St. Luke’s Health Education Center in 2008. Washington is well-equipped to detect emerging diseases, deliver medical supplies and coordinate a health response to an emergency, according to a federal index of state emergency preparedness released last week.
Hospital employees train during a mock disaster at St. Luke’s Health Education Center in 2008. Washington is well-equipped to detect emerging diseases, deliver medical supplies and coordinate a health response to an emergency, according to a federal index of state emergency preparedness released last week. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
Hospital employees train during a mock disaster at St. Luke’s Health Education Center in 2008. Washington is well-equipped to detect emerging diseases, deliver medical supplies and coordinate a health response to an emergency, according to a federal index of state emergency preparedness released last week. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

Washington well-prepared for major medical care emergencies and detecting emerging diseases

April 24, 2018 09:57 AM