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Business Resiliency Workshop for Healthcare Providers: June 29-30

Jun 15

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Public Health Seattle & King County & the King County Healthcare Coalition will be offering our free Business Resiliency Workshop for Healthcare Providers this summer.

Due to the complexities that H1N1 Pandemic presented, and possible flooding of the Green River Valley, we will be focusing the content more closely on preparing, responding and recovering from these events. Registration is open to all healthcare organizations who provide direct patient care in King County.

If you have not registered yet, there is still space available! Space is limited, so please register as soon as possible.

The workshop will be held in Shoreline on June 29 - June 30, 2010.

Further details will be sent upon registration.

Thank you!

King County Healthcare Coalition

Public Health – Seattle & King County

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