Medicaid Managed Care Open Enrollment Extended through Dec. 15
Current Suspected Overdose Deaths in Delaware for 2017: 223
The Delaware Emergency Management Agency, in coordination with the Division of Public Health and other organizations, is working on an orderly and efficient process related to how Delaware can provide assistance in the Hurricane Katrina Relief effort. The Division of Public Health is compiling a roster of healthcare providers in the event Delaware is able to send healthcare personnel to the disaster area.
If you are a healthcare provider and are interested in volunteering to go to the disaster area and provide your services, please send the following information to: email@example.com
Note: If you are a member of the Medical Society of Delaware please send your information to the Society at: JVA@medsocdel.org
Due to the uncertainty of the work environment specifically as it applies to health, safety, and personal welfare, we are compiling a list of volunteers. Once the situation is stabilized, volunteers will be contacted via the Division of Public Health with additional information related to the incident taskings and travel arrangements, if the requests from Louisiana, Mississippi, or Alabama remain valid.
To contact DPH about this Health Advisory, call 1-888-295-5156. This number is answered during normal business hours, and during non-business hours for emergencies.