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Alternate Care Sites- Medical Surge Capacity

 

Draft Guidance Document

IAHSS Security Design Guidelines for Healthcare Facilities (2020)

 

The IAHSS Council on Guidelines has developed a DRAFT Guidance document on Alternate Care Sites- Medical Surge Capacity. This draft guideline was created for IAHSS members and an American Institute of Architects (AIA) national task force. The AIA is working to quickly develop guidance to support what is happening around the US to turn convention centers, hotels, and other facilities beyond their hospital campus into alternative care sites. 

 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Alternate Care Sites (ACS) have been created to permit healthcare officials to provide medical care for injured or sick patients. This document has been drafted to provide guidance to healthcare facilities to help them prepare for Alternate Care Sites. 

 

IAHSS Security Design Guidelines for Healthcare Facilities- Draft Guidance Document 

Alternate Care Sites- Medical Surge Capacity

 

Please note: This document is a draft. The IAHSS Council on Guidelines wanted to release this draft document for anyone to use as they consider opening surge sites. The reference link in the document provide additional guidance and background information. Moving forward, this draft will follow the proper IAHSS development and vetting process, including asking for IAHSS member input, industry feedback and IAHSS Board approval. 

 

Feedback needed: 
This document is a DRAFT Guidance Document on Alternate Care Sites- Medical Surge Capacity. Please submit comments, edits and feedback to info@iahss.org.

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