LAS VEGAS – On Monday, two Las Vegas hospitals will collaborate with multiple organizations to execute an emergency response practice.
MountainView Hospital and Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center have collaborated with numerous organizations to “simulate an emergency response and triage drill,” according to a news release.
The drill will take place at a “decommissioned school,” according to the announcement, and neighbors have been reminded that it is only a drill. The location of the drill has not been disclosed by officials.
According to a press release from MountainView Hospital, the following organizations are participating in the drill:
Amplus Academy Charter School EMT program
Clark County Fire Department
Clark County School District Emergency Management
Clark County School District Health Services
Clark County School District Police Department
Guardian Elite Medical Service
Las Vegas Fire & Rescue
Las Vegas Metro
Moapa Fire District
MountainView Hospital Paramedic Institute
North Las Vegas Fire
North Las Vegas Police
Sunrise Health Graduate Medical Education Consortium
Sunrise Health & Medical Center
Credits: Fox 5 Vegas
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