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Randall Roby

Planning Officer

Memphis/Shelby County Emergency Management Agency

HQ Phone:  (901) 515-2525

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Memphis/Shelby County Emergency Management Agency

P.O. Box 111249

Memphis, Tennessee,38111

United States

Company Description

We are dedicated to providing support to the highly trained professionals in aspects of rescue, emergency services. We maintain a proactive emphasis on public education, hazard investigation, innovative preparedness awareness and community service. This qualit...more

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The Memphis Flyer :: the mid-south's news weekly

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Q&A: Randall RobyPlanning officer with the Memphis/Shelby County Emergency Management Agency


Q&A: Randall Roby :: The Memphis Flyer :: the mid-south's news weekly :: Q & A :: The Fly-By

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Q&A: Randall RobyPlanning officer with the Memphis/Shelby County Emergency Management AgencyRandall Roby of the Memphis/Shelby County Emergency Management Agency was on the scene overseeing a clean-up crew.He says sodium bisulfite can cause burns but is only harmful with skin contact.Roby: It stayed on the limestone bedding around the rail line, which was the best place it could have spilled.


www.jacksonsun.com

The units are part of a joint effort between Jackson-Madison County General Hospital and the Jackson-Madison County Regional Health Department, said Randall Roby.
He is the emergency response director for the health department. The three mobile hospitals are designated for different purposes - mass casualties, clinical services and logistics. Two of the units, which resemble large blue plastic tents, are 22 feet by 42 feet. The third one is 22 feet by 22 feet. All three can be connected, which would create a mobile hospital space of about 2,300 square feet, Roby said. They are inflated by generators and kept that way by a small air-pressure generator, he said. "They are each powered by big generators," Roby said. The tents can withstand up to 60 mph winds and can be sealed for low- or high-pressure needs, Roby said. "We designed these ourselves and had them built," he said. "After the Union (University) tornado in 2008, we had one hospital nearby - Regional Hospital - that had also taken some damage. All the patients were sent to an overloaded Jackson General, which pressed on us the need to prevent that type of situation in the future." These inflatable structures can serve a variety of purposes - a triage center on site of a disaster, a mass vaccinations center, a portable hospital or a place for medical staff to sleep and shower, Roby said. Randall Roby asks Lee Ann Huskey to try out a patient bed in a mobile hospital on Monday at the Highland Park Conference Center. The mobile hospital can hold up to 16 patients in the event of a disaster or pandemic. Randall Roby asks Lee Ann Huskey to try out a patient bed in a mobile hospital on Monday at the Highland Park Conference Center. Roby demonstrates the lights used to show a patientÕs status.(AARON HARDIN/The Jackson Sun)


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As of Wednesday, four people were asking the council to pick them to sit in the seat until August's special election: David Cisco, who lost the seat to resigning Councilman Danny Ellis in 2007; Mary Overstreet, a Mary Kay Beauty consultant; Randall Roby, who works for the Jackson-Madison County Regional Health Department and has Ellis' backing; and Craig Steinfels, a former Republican 8th District congressional candidate who dropped out of the race last year because of a conflict with his job at Black and Decker.


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