Coalition Documents
Communications Plan
NEFLHCC Communications Plan - September 2015 

The Northeast Florida Healthcare Coalition (NEFLHCC) Communications Plan outlines the processes and procedures for providing alerts and notifications across the six county region of Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Nassau and St. Johns counties. This plan also details the information sharing role of the Coalition.
Continuity of Healthcare Operations Plan (CONHOP) 2015
NEFLHCC CONHOP - FINAL 12.16.15

The Northeast Florida Healthcare Coalition (NEFLHCC) Continuity of Healthcare Operations Plan (CONHOP) is consistent with the overarching Strategic Plan, and is an annex to the Coalition’s operational coordination plans developed by the Coalition. The CONHOP addresses short- and long-term support of essential and prioritized healthcare assets in the six-county region of Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Nassau and St. Johns counties, and outlines the general processes to support the continuation of healthcare Mission Essential Functions in this region.

Patient Tracking Movement Plan 2015
NEFLCC  Final Patient Tracking

The Northeast Florida Healthcare Coalition (NEFLHCC) Patient Tracking Monitoring Plan outlines how patients are tracked by the member organizations within the six county region of Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Nassau and St. Johns counties. The scope of this process is to document the existing plans and procedures in place to track patients by the counties and hospitals within the Northeast Florida Healthcare Coalition. These plans, policies and procedures are relevant to the member agencies of the Northeast Florida Healthcare Coalition, as used during a public health event or other emergency, threat, or impact to the health and medical system in the NEFLHCC region. 
Resource Coordination Process & Procedures 2015
NEFLHCC Final Resource Coordination Procedures 

The Northeast Florida Healthcare Coalition (NEFLHCC) Resource Coordination Process and Procedures outlines the resource procurement within the six county region of Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Nassau and St. Johns counties. This document also details the State of Florida resource request policy. The scope of this process is to document the existing plans and procedures in place by the counties and agencies within the Northeast Florida Healthcare Coalition agency.
Region 3 Healthcare Coalition Alliance Jurisdictional Risk 
Assessment 2018 
Risk Assessment 2018

Building off of the findings and hazards identified in the 2018 HVA, the Risk Assessment identifies the effects specific hazards have on regional jurisdictions and populations. The assessment further recommends mitigation strategies to lessen the effects on the healthcare delivery system in North Florida. This document, along with the HVA, is used to identify gaps and inform the Coalition’s planning, training and projections selection.
Northeast Florida Healthcare Coalition Strategic Plan
NEFLHCC Strategic Plan 2018

The current Strategic Plan (2018-2020) brings together the various components of the NEFLHCC’s founding tasks and efforts, the organization’s current leadership, capabilities, resources and gaps and a new Region 3 Healthcare Coalition structure to construct a vision of the next two years. This document helps to inform the Coalition’s future activities and initiatives. This plan is intended to be revised and built upon in future years, as the organization expands and matures, and the goals and objectives adapted to changing preparedness and response requirements and environments.
Region 3 Healthcare Coalition Alliance Preparedness Plan 2018 
Preparedness Plan June 2018

The Region 3 HCC Alliance Preparedness Plan has been developed to establish and describe the roles and responsibilities of the Coalition in the five mission areas of the National Preparedness Goal – Prevention, Protection, Mitigation, Response, and Recovery. This plan works in coordination with other Coalition plans, including the Strategic Plan for 2018 - 2020, which establishes the goals and objectives for each of the four ASPR defined Health Care Preparedness and Response Capabilities. Additionally, the Hazard Vulnerability Assessment (2018) and Jurisdictional Risk Assessment (2018) frame the risks the 18 county region faces. Collectively, these plans define the work of the Alliance and its member Coalitions and help to inform the training and exercise priorities and project funding processes to fill gaps in resources and supplies..
Region 3 Healthcare Coalition Alliance Hazard Vulnerability
Assessment 2018
Hazard Vulnerability Assessment

The 18 counties that make up the three healthcare coalitions in Region 3 (Northeast Florida HCC, North Central Florida HCC and CHAMP) developed a Hazard Vulnerability Assessment (HVA) in 2018. This HVA identifies the hazards that have the highest impact on the regional healthcare system. This assessment of hazards and vulnerabilities to the healthcare system will be used to further develop an assessment of risk and gaps in the response capabilities of the regional healthcare system.