• Public Health

    Have you heard the big news? The
    Eastern Healthcare Preparedness
    Coalition is getting its own app!
    Stay tuned for more information.

  • Public Health

    Save the date for the 2019 Disaster Symposium!
    April 4th and 5th 2019

  • Public Health

    Planning a trip abroad? Make sure
    that you are up to date on all of
    your recommended vaccinations
    before you travel!

Children in Disasters

A public health emergency—such as a natural disaster, disease outbreak, or terrorist attack—can happen anywhere and at any time. Because children are more vulnerable than adults during disasters, we encourage you to visit our resource page dedicated to children.

News

Sep
1

Ever wonder what your healthcare coalition is doing for your community and the region? Take a quick look here for some of our major projects and best practices from Fiscal Year 2017-2018.

Sep
16

Alternate Care Facility Trailers of Use During Hurricane Florence

Prior to Hurricane Florence, hospitals, ancillary care facilities, and EMS agencies were working through every avenue to request cots to help billet […]

Sep
18

EHPC Communications Unit Supports Regional Hospital

Following Hurricane Florence, eastern North Carolina was facing widespread critical communications outages. EHPC was able to support a regional hospital […]

Events

TERMS Admin Training

March 15th from 10a-12p

Ambulance Strike Team – Responder (AST-R)

April 13, 2019
Perquimans County EMS

Health Sector Emergency Preparedness Course (HSEP)

March 13, 8a-5p
Greenville, NC

Flu Vaccine Finder!

Make plans to protect your family
against the flu. Get vaccinated this
spring!

Mission

North Carolina Public Health (NCPH) works to promote and contribute to the highest possible level of health for the people of North Carolina. Our entire statewide system of public health – local, state and private sector – has dedicated professionals who carry out our mission every day through a wide range of essential programs and activities touching the lives of everyone in our state.

This training from the CDC
helps providers identify
intramuscular injection sites.

With an increase in flu activity,
learn what steps you can take
to help protect your family
during the season.

Keep up to date on how
EHPC is working with
Public Health to improve
our region's resiliency!