The NOBLE training center, located in Anniston, Alabama, offers a four-day course in Health Care Leadership. This course is competency based and assists supervisory personnel in hospitals and other health care settings with planning principals and facility/physical plant response tactics. The Mississippi Department of Health has set aside funding to help defray the cost of Mississippi's healthcare systems to participate in this class.
The training will take place on January 8-12, February 5-9, March 19-23, April 16-20, May 7-11, June 11-15, July 16-20 and September 17-21.
This four-day exercise-based training course provides a realistic setting in which expert instructors assist health care professionals in developing the appropriate decisions in response to a weapons-of-mass-destruction event. Participants will learn by doing through the use of functionally realistic and technically correct scenario-based exercises. Exercises will be supported by challenging and dynamic discussions and background presentations.
As funds allow, the Department of Health is inviting every health care facility in the state to send a representative to this training to better prepare for disaster in the future. For more information, contact Mark E. Chambers at (601) 576-7680 or email@example.com.