PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & PLANNING
Daniel Regenye, Public Health Coordinator/Health Officer, DRegenye@ochd.org
Mukesh Roy, Public Health Planner, MRoy@ochd.org, (732) 806-3921
Brian Albers, PHENS/MRC Coordination, BrianAlbers@ochd.org, (732) 300-2314
Michael Prifold, Public Health Planning, MPrifold@ochd.org, (732) 684-7685Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about any of the programs or wish to have a representative come out to speak/present.
The Public Health Emergency Preparedness & Planning unit is responsible for coordinating public health emergency response activities throughout the county. The unit works closely with the Ocean County Office of Emergency Management, local municipal emergency management coordinators, and other response partners to ensure a rapid, well-coordinated response to emergencies countywide.
The unit is also responsible for numerous planning projects such as bioterrorism, natural disasters, public health threats, preparedness, and planning, as well as coordinating various community health-planning projects currently underway.
- Health Alert Network
- Strategic National Stockpile (SNS) / Becoming a Fixed Facility
- Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) Program
Important Information Regarding Potassium Iodide (KI) TabletsRadioactive iodine is no longer present at Oyster Creek; therefore, the use of Potassium Iodide provides no benefit and will no longer be recommended during an Oyster Creek incident. Residents may bring their KI to the Ocean County Department of Health or find a disposal location near them at the American Medical Chest website - http://www.americanmedicinechest.com
For more information, please click on the following link for the Public Information Brochure that was distributed regarding emergency planning for the Oyster Creek Generating Station: Oyster Creek Generating Station PIB