Georgia Healthcare Coalitions

Making Georgia Safer, One Coalition at a Time
Monthly Response Highlight

The Region J Coalition Executive group has always considered maintenance personnel as “unsung heroes”.  When equipment breaks, who do they call?  When the TJC comes in and now they need something moved, who do they call?  I think you get my point.  Maintenance personnel are a valuable asset to any organization during duty and disastrous events.

Georgia Healthcare Coalition Assistance Program As part of the Healthcare Preparedness Program, the Georgia Hospital Association Research and Education Foundation serves as the financial liaison between Georgia’s fourteen healthcare coalitions and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Project Firstline Information CDC Project Firstline is a collaborative of a diverse group of health care, academic, and public health partners. The goal of this collaborative is to provide effective infection prevention and control training for our frontline health care workers.
COVID-19 Resources Resources specific to Covid-19 response.
Disaster Readiness Line
April 11, 2024
Have you heard about Georgia’s Health Alert Network (GAHAN)? Stay up to date with the latest heal... Read more
April 4, 2024
Infection control saves lives, and frontline healthcare workers play a critical role. Read more
March 28, 2024
Georgia Project Firstline (GPFL) is helping health care workers understand the ‘why’ behind infec... Read more
March 21, 2024
Many of us are focusing on getting back to infection prevention basics. Read more
March 14, 2024
Have your heard about the uptick of measles cases and outbreaks in the U.S.? Read more
March 7, 2024
Did you hear? CDC has updated and simplified its respiratory virus recommendations. Read more

Why become a member?

Membership is available at no cost to you. Members may attend their quarterly Coalition meetings where they can participate in planning, training, and exercises. Coalitions provide a space to collaborate and support other members during disaster response and recovery. Your organization will build new and stronger relationships with other healthcare organizations, complete CMS guidelines, learn about available resources in the community, and have access to training and grant funding.

Who can be a member?

All healthcare organizations and community partners are invited to join their coalitions and register for a GHC911 account.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find the answers to the questions we are asked the most. If you have any additional questions, please contact us.

  • Please fill out this survey and we will add your facility to the system.

  • Visit our coalitions page on the menu header and use the map to determine the region your facility is in.

  • Once you log in you will be able to see the Event calendar. All regional coalition meetings will be listed on the Event calendar.