Blizzard

Winter Storms

Emergency Preparedness Checklist

Be Prepared. Be Safe.

Satellite View of a Hurricane

Hurricanes

In an Emergency, the Network works with dialysis facilities to track and report patient access to treat and publish the status of facility operations (open/closed/altered schedule). The Network works with federal, state, and local government agencies as needed to assist with patient safety and ensure dialysis facilities are prioritized to be open.

View our Emergency Updates page to see the operational status of facilities during a potential emergency.

Emergency Preparedness for Facilities

General Resources

  • NEW! - North Carolina Healthcare Coalitions Educational Webinar for Dialysis Providers: Recording|Slides
  • The Basics of Preparing an After-Action Report (AAR) for an Incident or Disaster: Recording|Slides
  • Simplified AAR Template for an Event: Link
  • CDC's Natural Disasters and Severe Weather: Link

2020 CRITICAL ASSET SURVEY (CAS)

Emergency Preparedness Plan Resources

Emergency Preparedness for Patients

Emergencies caused by severe weather or disasters can happen with or without warning. If you need dialysis, having power and water, transportation, or supplies will be crucial. Some emergency situations may make it impossible for you to get to your dialysis facility or give yourself dialysis. It is important to be prepared so you can feel better and stay healthy.

General Resources

Hurricanes & Flooding

Winter Storms

If you have questions or need assistance, please contact us:

Network 6 Emergency Contacts

 Main: 919-463-4500
Patient Toll-Free: 800-524-7139
COVID-19 Patient Hotline: 516-507-8897
COVID-19 Facility Hotline: 516-567-0206
 Submit a Question

Shannon Wright
Executive Director
 Main: 919-463-4512
 Toll-Free Patient Line: 800-524-7139
shannon.wright@ipro.us

Michelle Lewis
Emergency Coordinator
 Main: 919-463-4510
Contact Me

Facility Contacts

Patient Hotlines