Escambia Health Department Aids With Irma Response

September 10, 2017

Florida Department of Health Escambia County is helping with Florida’a response to Hurricane Irma.  Director and Health Office Dr. John Lanza worked Saturday to help with storm shelters in the Tallahassee area. Pictured above:Lanza is seen briefing a team in Tallahassee on duty in a special needs shelter for Hurricane Irma evacuees. Pictured below: Several trained  DOH-Escambia deployment teams departed Friday to aid with the Irma response. Photos for, click to enlarge.


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