South Region Healthcare Coalition

The South Region Healthcare Coalition is a collaboration of health and medical partners working together to mitigate against, prepare for, respond to, and recover from emergencies through planning, training, exercising, communicating, and relationship building.


The South Region Healthcare Coalition (SRHCC) is a growing alliance of response and support agencies. The purpose of the coalition is to develop partnerships with member agencies and other stake holders to increase efforts in emergency preparedness.

The current membership includes various organizations from long-term care agencies, hospitals, behavioral health providers, emergency medical services, public health agencies, emergency management programs, and other ancillary health and medical partners from Custer, Fremont, Huerfano, Las Animas and Pueblo Counties.

The purpose of healthcare coalitions is to support healthcare organizations during emergency response and recovery.


  • Opportunities to interface with a network of regional partners centered on emergency preparedness planning to increase capabilities and knowledge.
  • Trainings that provide members with a foundation of knowledge needed to understand the concept of emergency preparedness. These courses will give the tools necessary to effectively communicate with all members of the coalition.
  • Community-based exercises that will allow you to test your process and procedures to identify strengths and areas of improvement.


The coalition is only as strong as the members that attend and participate; therefore, each member is expected to:

  • Attend quarterly meetings, once each quarter for a total of four per year.
  • Actively participate in planning, training and exercise opportunities as applicable
  • Be willing to collaborate with all coalition members.

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