Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) Reviews

Introduction

Pasco County Emergency Management is responsible for reviewing and approving Emergency Management Plans for licensed healthcare facilities in the County to include:

The facilities are required by the Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) to have an approved Emergency Management Plan to renew their license annually. Florida Statute 252, the Florida Administrative Code, County requirements, and the AHCA Planning Criteria are utilized to support the approval of plans.

Florida Governor Rick Scott has directed AHCA and Florida Department of Elder Affairs to issue emergency rules (58A-5.036 and 59A-4.1265) to keep Floridians safe in health care facilities during emergencies. Pursuant to the emergency action on 9/16/2017, within the next 60 days, all assisted living facilities (ALFs) and nursing homes must obtain ample resources, including a generator and the appropriate amount of fuel, to sustain operations and maintain comfortable temperatures for at least 96-hours following a power outage. This is based on standards already in place at all hospitals in Florida.

For a template copy of the Emergency Environmental Control Plan (EECP), please visit the following links:

For all questions related to healthcare facility plan reviews or healthcare trainings/exercises, please contact the Healthcare Coordinator, Krysta Johnes at kjohnes@mypasco.net

Pasco County Healthcare Ordinance No. 18-28:

Ordinance 18-28 - OEM18-0032

Healthcare Fee Schedule

Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) Review Fee:

  • Facilities licensed for 16 beds or less = $250.00
  • Facilities licensed for more than 16 beds = $500.00

Training / Exercise Fee:

  • Fee = $11.71 per bed/chair


*Please note that if your facility requires both a CEMP review and training/exercise participation, you must pay both fees*

*Please make all checks payable to "Pasco County BOCC"