Is Your Family Ready for a Public Emergency?

From the Show: Healthy Children
Summary: Are you and your family prepared if ever the unthinkable happens? In the event of a disaster, could you save lives?
Air Date: 9/11/13
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Dr. Deborah Mulligan, MD
Dr. Mulligan resizedDr. Deborah Mulligan received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of San Francisco, Medical Doctorate from the University of California Los Angeles and completed pediatric emergency medicine training at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She is the Director of the Institute for Child Health Policy and Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at Nova Southeastern University where she reports directly to the Chancellor. The Institute is a resource for communities, policy makers, public and private agencies, professional organizations, foundations, and academic institutions. Board certified in Pediatrics and Pediatric Emergency Medicine.

She is listed on IMDB for her contribution to Award Winning Indie Film Tio Papi, AAP and ACEP spokesperson featured on a broad media spectrum of radio, television, magazines, online and print newspapers, such as The Today Show, Good Morning America, and Discovery Health Channel.

Her public service continues as pediatric consultant to the White House Office of National AIDS Policy. She received the Engagement Educator Award presented by First Lady Michelle Obama, the largest safety net hospital system
Is Your Family Ready for a Public Emergency?
Are you and your family prepared if ever the unthinkable happens?

Do you know where you would go, what you would do, or what to keep on hand if there is a state of emergency declared?

Guest expert from the American Academy of Pediatrics, Dr. Deborah Mulligan, joins Melanie Cole, MS,  to guide you through what families should have in their disaster kit at home, what to keep in your car, how to talk to your children about planning, and what medical records to have on hand.

Do not miss this very important show. This disaster preparedness advice could just save lives.
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