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REGION 2 TABLETOP MEDICAL RESPONSE & SURGE EXERCISE

Region 2 HCC is scheduled for May 11, 2022

 

MRSE POWERPOINT

The Medical Response & Surge Exercise (MRSE) uses a surge scenario to help health care coalitions and other stakeholders assess how well their members can work together to respond to a sudden health care crisis. It is an exercise designed to test a coalition’s functional surge capacity and to identify gaps in surge planning. There will be no movement of actual patients.

MRSE SITUATION MANUAL

The core document provided to all participants in an exercise. It provides in-depth instructions for how to plan and conduct the MRSE.

MRSE EVALUATION PLAN

This document outlines the goals and purpose of exercise evaluation for a health care coalition (HCC) and guides the Exercise Evaluator through assisting during the exercise, gathering information, and facilitating the After-Action Review (AAR).

MEDICAL RESPONSE & SURGE EXERCISE TOOL

The Medical Response & Surge Exercise (MRSE) uses a surge scenario to help health care coalitions and other stakeholders assess how well their members can work together to respond to a sudden health care crisis. It is an exercise designed to test a coalition’s functional surge capacity and to identify gaps in surge planning. There will be no movement of actual patients.
• Surging facilities (collectively representing 20% of a Health Care Coalition's acute-care bed capacity) must coordinate with the HCC and fellow coalition members to manage the medical surge, ensuring availability of resources and appropriate, staffed beds for all patients.
• The exercise is designed to work in a broad range of coalitions, including those without an active response role.