The State Preparedness and Response Branch is responsible for 'whole of Health' State-level preparedness and response to critical clinical incidents and emergencies arising from a range of hazards.

This includes the strategic development and evaluation of best practice policies, programs, projects to support the achievement of NSW Health's objectives in relation to emergency and incident preparedness and response coordination.

For more information visit Emergency preparedness.

Current as at: Tuesday 7 December 2021
Contact page owner: NSW Ministry of Health