Emergency Preparedness


Emergency Preparedness

Having a bleeding disorder requires that we are always ready--to treat, to find health care and to educate others. When an emergency occurs, such as a flood or hurricane, or even a more ordinary event like an unexpected trip to the emergency room, preparedness is even more important. Click on the links in the table to learn how you can incorporate emergency preparedness into your family and your community. Find out how emergency action planning for bleeding disorders works.

Other preparedness resources that might be of help:

At a Glance!
Key Steps for Individual/Family Preparedness in an Emergency

Source: National Hemophilia Center