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Director of System Preparedness

Phone: (717) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: s***@***.org
Emergency Health Services Federation Inc
722 Limekiln Road
New Cumberland , Pennsylvania 17070
United States

Company Description: We are the Regional EMS Council for the eight counties of southcentral Pennsylvania. Our mission is to develop, maintain, and improve the EMS system for Adams,...   more

Employment History

  • Emergency Management Coordinator
    Franklin County Department of Emergency Services
  • Assistant Director
    Franklin County Department of Emergency Services
  • Emergency Management Coordinator
    Franklin County
  • Emergency Services Chief
    Franklin County
24 Total References
Web References
About Us | EHSF Staff, 1 May 2014 [cached]
Director of System Preparedness (Susan Dutko)
Susan Dutko, Franklin ..., 19 Nov 2009 [cached]
Susan Dutko, Franklin County Department of Emergency Services Emergency Management Coordinator
"This clinic is for the priority group," said Susan Dutko, emergency management coordinator for the Franklin County Department of Emergency Services.
Individuals 6 months to 24 years old, health care providers, caregivers for children younger than 6 months, pregnant women and those younger than 65 with underlying medical conditions, like heart disease, diabetes or asthma, are most likely to get the swine flu, added Dutko.
"But the numbers aren't accurate," said Dutko. "Initially, everyone with flu like symptoms was getting tested, which overwhelmed the system. We don't see flu in the summer, so any flu that we were seeing was just assumed to be H1N1."
Currently, the health department is conducting cluster testing.
"If we see an area with a large number of flu cases, then we'll test," said Dutko.
The Centers for Disease Control, or CDC, says H1N1 activity in Pennsylvania is "widespread."
Dutko added that 98 percent of the flu seen in the United States this year has been H1N1 and current estimates say there could be 5 million people worldwide infected with swine flu.
No deaths have been reported in Franklin County solely due to H1N1.
"Most deaths from any kind of flu occur when the individual already has another condition," said Dutko.
"Just stay away," said Dutko. "Distance is the best prevention, but it's hard to do that."
Washing your hands, coughing and sneezing into tissues, and no hugging are also good preventive measures, Dutko added.
Another good tip?
"Stay home if you're sick," said Dutko. The CDC recommends staying home at least 24 hours after a fever has broken.
"You can only receive a vaccine if you register," Dutko added. Appointments can be made up to the day of the vaccine, said Dutko.
Each patient getting the vaccine also will need a completed consent form, which is available on the Web site.
Anyone without Internet access can call the Pennsylvania Department of Health at 1-877-PA Health (1-877-724-3258) between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
"You can't be sick if you are getting the vaccine," Dutko cautioned. "We can't give you the vaccine if you have any kind of upper respiratory or cold-like symptoms."
Dutko added that volunteers are needed to help with the clinic.
"We need medical and non-medical volunteers," said Dutko. Volunteers do not need any special training and they do not need to already have been vaccinated.
Dutko asks that anyone interested in volunteering call her office at 264-2813.
Dutko said more clinics will be scheduled as additional doses of the vaccine become available, but she does not know when that will be.
It's a chlorine-based chemical that isn't ..., 23 April 2007 [cached]
It's a chlorine-based chemical that isn't out of the realm of possibility," said Franklin County Emergency Services Assistant Director Susan Dutko.
And on an actual scene you certainly encounter things like that," Dutko said.
Dutko said that the best intangible of the drills is seeing how well the agencies cooperate on a scene.
"These are now just law enforcement issues.That's an issue that affects everyone," Dutko said.
Flasher was remembered by his co-workers ..., 4 Dec 2008 [cached]
Flasher was remembered by his co-workers as "a progressive thinker," according to Susan Dutko, acting director of emergency services.
Dutko also is the emergency management coordinator for Franklin County.
"I worked with him just about four years. I came to Franklin County from northeastern Pennsylvania for this job. From a personal perspective, he served as a mentor and was instrumental in my being able to advance my career," Dutko said.
Susan Dutko, acting emergency ..., 29 Jan 2009 [cached]
Susan Dutko, acting emergency services chief for Franklin County, said Tuesday that 13 people were in the building when the fire was discovered at 7:06 a.m.
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