Nevada Health Alert Network (NVHAN)


General Information

The state of Nevada, Division of Public and Behavioral Health (DPBH), Public Health Preparedness Program (PHP), administers the Nevada Health Alert Network (NVHAN). NVHAN is administered through a program called EMResource.  In addition to delivering NVHAN Messages, EMResource is a statewide bed tracking, availability and alerting system used in each hospital throughout the state.  NVHAN relays important healthcare information received from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and state and local agencies via Technical Bulletins.

    EMResource

    This is a password protected website requiring Username and Password entry before access is permitted.  The system is intended for healthcare professionals, first responders, law enforcement, and critical infrastructure agencies such as energy, water, communications, etc.  This system allows us to transmit confidential information not intended for public dissemination during a public health emergency.  The system also contains a large library feature for Users to access past NVHAN documents that have been sent out previously.  EMResource is a vital component of the Nevada Health Alert Network for immediate transmission of critical health information during a catastrophic event in our state.  Nevada also shares bed tracking and critical health information with California, Colorado, Idaho, Arizona, New Mexico, and Oregon.

      NVHAN

      To sign up to receive NVHAN alerts and information, please click on the link below and you will receive an email with your log in information to EMResource.  As a new added feature, this web page will also be posting past and future NVHAN alerts.  Please check under the Resource Tab for the library of old NVHAN alerts.

         

         

          Contact Us

          Rodney Wright
          Systems Administrator
          Nevada Health Alert Network
          775.684.3242 (Office) or
          775.684.5951 (Fax)

          rjwright@health.nv.gov

           

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