Hurricane Harvey
  • Hurricane Harvey Resource Center

As the Texas coast recovers from Hurricane Harvey, the Texas Hospital Association is continuing to assist member facilities that were affected. Staff has hosted and participated in preparedness and readiness discussions with our local, state and federal partners. THA is continuing to distribute information to member hospitals as necessary and respond to individual member needs.

Jeffrey M. Canose, M.D., FACHE, Chairman of the THA Board of Trustees and chief operating officer and senior executive vice president of Texas Health Resources in Arlington, discusses THA’s response to Hurricane Harvey in the Aug. 31 issue of THA’s Health Care Advocate.

Carrie Kroll, vice president, advocacy quality/public health, 512/465-1043

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Hurricane Harvey Lessons Learned

Download THA’s special Hurricane Harvey Analysis outlining Texas hospitals’ lessons learned from the storm.

Download the Harvey Special Report

On Oct. 30, the Texas Hospital Association convened a meeting in Houston’s Texas Medical Center to review the challenges and successes that Harvey-affected hospitals and governmental partners experienced in responding to the storm.

  For Members: Download the presentations.

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Capitol Update: Hurricane Harvey

THA's Carrie Kroll, vice president, advocacy, quality and public health, and Lance Lunsford, senior vice president, communications and marketing, discuss post Hurricane Harvey analysis and the latest report released by THA.

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THA Letter to Texas Congressional Delegation (Sept. 11)

To submit a request for public assistance, hospitals may contact the Public Assistance Division within the Texas Department of Emergency Management at 512/424-2208.

Survey for Member Hospitals to Provide Financial Estimates and Other Information – Due Sept. 11 (Sept. 6)

Helping Families Deal With the Stress of Relocation After a Disaster

TDSHS Provides Updated Newborn Screening Guidance (Sept. 7)

Hurricane Harvey—Clinical Guidance for Carbon Monoxide (CO) Poisoning (Sept. 3)

Attention Johnson & Johnson Customers (Aug. 28)

Please note that Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems Inc. will place all temperature controlled product on hold in areas that may have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey until Carriers can safely deliver product. For assistance with emergency orders, please call Customer Services, 1-800-255-2500 or contact your local sales representative.

THHSC Requests for Emergency Medicaid and CHIP Waivers

Federal and State Waivers: Status of Waivers of Operational and Financial Requirements for Harvey-Affected Hospitals (Updated Sept. 5)

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How to Help

Cash is best.

Financial contributions to recognized disaster relief organizations are the fastest, most flexible and effective method of donating.

Donate: THA Hospital Employee Assistance Fund

Donate your time and resources.

Trusted organizations operating in the affected area know where health care volunteers and supplies are needed and can ensure proper delivery.

  Volunteer opportunities for health care professionals:

Things to Know Before Volunteering: Liability and Insurance Protections

Texas Disaster Volunteer Registry

SETRAC Clinical Volunteer Survey

Supplemental Staffing

  Donate supplies and other assistance:

National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster