Emergency Preparedness Advisory Council

Johnson Memorial Hospital Testing Clinic

Johnson Memorial Hospital, a member of Trinity Health Of New England, has opened a drive-through mobile center to test patients for COVID-19.  The Connecticut State Department of Public Health has approved the mobile clinic site, allowing it to go live on Thursday, March 19th. The mobile test site is open 9:00 a.m., 7 days a week, with the potential to expand the hours of operation as needed. It is located at 201 Chestnut Hill Road, Stafford Springs, directly in front of the Main Hospital at the Community Medical Education Center. Those seeking a COVID-19 screening at the mobile clinic site must have a physician’s order and proper identification. The screening process will be conducted by trained clinicians, who will be taking all the necessary precautions to protect themselves and patients. Patients will be asked to keep their windows up for the majority of their drive through the mobile clinic. Please let me know if you need anything further.

Important Documents

 Emergency Management

Glen Reynolds Emergency Management Director

9 Members/2 Year Terms

Charles Daniel Thayer Jr December 22, 2022
Karen Hocking December 22, 2022
John Roache – Fire Chief  December 22, 2022
William Meier III December 22, 2022
Peter DeBrino December 22, 2022
Trooper Michael Hevey – State Police December 22, 2022
Brian Czapla – Superintendent December 22, 2022
Todd Rolland – Superintendent of Highways December 22, 2022
Anne Cournoyer December 22, 2022

The Town of Somers Liaison to the Emergency Preparedness Advisory Council is Kim LaFleur.  Mrs. LaFleur may be contacted by telephone at 860.763.8201 or by email opsmanager@somersct.gov

The Civil Preparedness Advisory Council conducts its regular meetings the first Thursday of each month at 8:00 a.m. generally at the Somers Fire Department.

Agendas and Minutes

2019 Emergency Preparedness Meeting Schedule