This earthquake can have a high humanitarian impact based on the magnitude and the affected population and their vulnerability.
- Earthquake Magnitude 7.5M, Depth: 212.52km
- on 26 Oct 2015 09:09 UTC (05:09 EST)
- •931,807 people within 100km
Employees and Staff:
If you are an employee of the Massachusetts General Hospital interested in volunteering for international deployments to support medical operations after natural and man-made disasters, please submit a profile for our disaster response database. For more information about Global Disaster Response at Mass General, please visit our website: http://mghcgh.org/programs/gdr/home
Global Disaster Response at the Massachusetts General Hospital:
Founded in 1811, Massachusetts General Hospital is the oldest and largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. Pursuing a four-part mission of patient care, teaching, research and community health, the hospital is consistently ranked among the top hospitals nationwide. The Mass General Center for Global Health—modeling the larger institution and its 200-year legacy of excellence for innovative clinical care, transformative scientific discoveries and world class medical training—works across the globe to prevent avoidable deaths and to alleviate the physical pain and mental anguish resulting from disease, natural disasters, poverty and war. These interwoven strengths are further leveraged by collaborations with Harvard Medical School, the T.H. Chan Harvard School of Public Health and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Mass General Hospital is a recognized leader in disaster relief, providing rapid, professional, post-catastrophe medical care in response to humanitarian emergencies. Global Disaster Response at Mass General supports teams of skilled clinicians and support staff that can be rapidly deployed to disasters anywhere in the world.
Last updated: 26 October 2015