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Prepare Now for Ebola in Your Office

Planning Ahead for the Worst

October 17, 2014 12:07 pm — Because most facilities are not equipped with biocontainment units, careful planning for an encounter with a patient suspected of having Ebola infection is critical. The first steps in preparing your office for a possible case are to make sure you have all referral contact information ready to go and that you educate each staff member on his or her role should a case present.

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