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Regional Emergency Information

State Emergency Software Applications:

  • HAN (Maine health Alert network)
  • WEBEOC (web based county/state emergency operations center)
  • HCM (hospital capacity manager-test version)
  • Maine Responds (Maine volunteer portal-coming soon)
Our mission:
To protect the health and lives of people in Maine by strengthening the ability of health agencies and partner organizations in Southern Maine to detect, contain and manage public health threats and emergencies.

Maine CDC Emergency Consultation and Disease Reporting Hotline
1-800-821-5821

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Emergency Preparedness Monthly
. The Harvard School of Public Health, Center for Public Health Preparedness, Maine Edition.YNHH logo

  • Preparedness Report
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Pennys_Bio Penny Hudson, CPS

Penny Hudson is the Administrative Associate II with the Southern Maine Regional Resource Center (SMRRC) at Maine Medical Center in Portland. She is responsible for providing administrative support for an office of six professional staff members. Penny has worked in various departments at Maine Medical Center including Nursing Administration, Child Psychiatry and the Geriatric Assessment Program. Prior to her tenure at Maine Medial Center, she was also employed at Mercy Hospital and private physician’s offices.

As a native of Maine, Penny graduated from Caribou High School and relocated to southern Maine in 1974. She has two grown daughters; the eldest is on a two-year secondment in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Penny is a member of the Portland International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP). She enjoys traveling and watching competitive sports.

Penny can be contacted by telephone: 207.662.5142 or by email: [email protected]

Southern Maine Regional Resource Center For Emergency Preparedness at Maine Medical Center, 131 Chadwick Street, Portland, ME 04102

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