StoneCrest Medical Center Hosts Disaster Preparedness Training
September 01, 2011
Smyrna, TN, August 30, 2011 — In recognition of National Preparedness Month, StoneCrest Medical Center is offering a free disaster preparedness training class on September 29th at 2pm. September is designated as National Preparedness Month, which was founded after 9/11 to increase awareness and encourage action for emergency preparedness nationwide. Marking the 10-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks, the slogan of this year’s preparedness campaign is: A Time to Remember. A Time to Prepare.
This free training class will provide attendees with information on developing a family disaster plan, creating disaster kits, and the types of disasters that may affect them. The class is taught by Helen Cunningham, Emergency Program Coordinator at Centennial Medical Center.
Registration is required. Call TriStar MedLine at 615-342-1919 or visit TriStarHealth.com for more information or to make reservations.
About StoneCrest Medical Center
StoneCrest Medical Center, part of the TriStar Health System, is an Accredited Chest Pain and Accredited Cancer Center that offers a full array of acute care services including emergency care, general surgery, cardiology, obstetrics, intensive care, physical medicine, outpatient diagnostic services, and cancer care. Situated on 43 acres at the intersection of Interstate 24 and Sam Ridley Parkway, StoneCrest Medical Center offers 101 total beds. Additionally, the 160,000 square foot physician's building is adjacent to the medical center, providing convenient access from physician offices to the hospital. For more information, visit stonecrestmedical.com or call 615-768-2505.