Member Benefits and Expectations
Membership is free and there are no dues. Being a Coalition member ensures that your voice is heard in decision-making regarding resource allocations and usage of funding for our Region.
For healthcare entities, the Coalition will provide resources to help you and your organization meet your licensure and accreditation requirement.
Access to Exercises and Drills
Functional drills for tornadoes, active shooters, etc., as well as full-scale and tabletop exercises, are conducted throughout the year. These exercises also enable facilities to meet their licensure requirements.
Access to Free Training
Free training is offered in ICS, HICS, COOP, Responder Resiliency, Mental Health First Aid, and many more. Additionally, the Coalition continually seeks out other valuable training for its members training offered by other Regions is often available to our Coalition members as well.
Equipment identified as needed to build and sustain response capabilities is made available to member organizations, depending on available funding.
Access to Planning Resources
You will have access to regional plans and other planning templates and resources you can utilize to ensure your organization is prepared for and can respond effectively to potential disasters.
You will have access to peers and the disaster response community across the Region for sharing.
During disaster response, the Coalition provides situational awareness, resource coordination and response teams.
Let us Introduce Ourselves!
The Central Florida Disaster Medical Coalition is a 501 (c)3 not-for-profit corporation created in December 2013. Its Mission is to develop and promote healthcare emergency preparedness and response capabilities in the nine (9) counties of Region 5 Domestic Security Task Force (RDSTF) for East Central Florida.
These counties include:
St. Lucie and