The Central District Health’s (CDH) Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) and annexes provide details of CDH’s response strategy to a natural or manmade disaster, communicable disease outbreak, or other public health emergency. CDH has integrated the National Incident Management System (NIMS), as well as the Incident Command System (ICS), in our planning, training, and exercising efforts.

Emergency Operations Plan

The Central District Health Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) has been authored and developed to provide a tool to guide this agency’s involvement in local emergency management.

The Strategic National Stockpile (SNS)

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Strategic National Stockpile contains a cache of life-saving medicines and medical supplies that will be delivered in the event of a major public health emergency. The stockpile is available to help supplement local resources when they become exhausted. At a minimum, supplies could be delivered to a designated area within 12 hours of the federal decision to deploy these assets.

During the 2009 H1N1 response, CDH received a supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) and flu antivirals to be used if the current supply within the community had been depleted.

Continuity of Operations (COOP) Planning

Also referred to as Business Continuity Planning, COOP Planning attempts to mitigate the lasting impact and interruption to business practice resulting from a catastrophic event or disaster, including flood, earthquake, and pandemic influenza.
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upcoming events

August 188:30am

The next Board of Health meeting will be held on Friday, August 18, 2023 at 707 N. Armstrong Pl, Boise The Board Meeting schedule is posted inside CDH Headquarters and on the Board Meetings page, HERE. View past meetings via YouTube.

May 16 10:00am - 2:00pm

Make your health a priority and attend a free health screening event! Screenings consist of a single finger poke to run a full lipid panel (Total Cholesterol, LDL, HDL, Triglycerides, and Blood Glucose) and an A1C test. Screenings take approximately 20 minutes and participants will leave with a copy of their results. Know your numbers – Get Screened! No appointment necessary, at the Mountain Home Library.