In light of current weather conditions, we have taken measures to help ensure
continuous care for our patients. Please remember that we are not an emergency
shelter for the public. Be sure to take the proper precautions, and stay tuned to local
media stations regarding updates, possible evacuations, and shelter openings. Be
safe; comply with any and all evacuation orders and move to shelters or other places
of safety. Please call the __________ County Emergency Management office at XXX-
XXX-XXXX for evacuation information and shelter locations. That number again XXX-
XXX-XXXX, or visit their web site at www dot XXX XXXXX dot org.
After a wildfire, don’t enter your house until officials have said it’s safe. Use caution
when entering burned areas of your home as hazards may exist. Avoid damaged or
fallen power lines. Wet debris down to reduce exposure to dust particles, and wear
leather gloves and heavy-soled shoes to protect hands and feet. Discard any food
that has been exposed to heat or smoke. And, listen to emergency updates to confirm
the water supply is safe before using any tap water.