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Phil Maytubby, B.S., R.P.S.
Director of Public Health Protection
Phil Maytubby is the Director of Public Health Protection at the Oklahoma City County Health Department (OCCHD). He earned his degree in Biology at the University of Central Oklahoma in 1986, and is a registered Professional Sanitarian since 1990. Phil has been affiliated with OCCHD since 1990, and has been the Incident Commander for the 2008 Hurricane Gustav Evacuation Shelter, 2012 West Nile Virus Outbreak, 2014 Ricin Cleanup, Ebola, Zika, and numerous tornado strikes. He has several papers and presentations from the Mid Continent Association of Food and Drug officials, and the 2014 NACCHO Preparedness Summit, among others.
Papers and Presentations
2016 First International Zika Virus Conference, Washington D.C.
2015 Mid Continent Association of food and drug officials. First Hand Experience with Tornados
2014 NACCHO Preparedness Summit The Surveillance behind SNS
2015 APHA PERLC Leadership and Communications Training
Co-Presented with OU College of Public Health
2012 Co-Author of Leadership and Communications Training
Oklahoma City-County Health Department Response to Biological Agent Cleanup 2014
Oklahoma City Bombing in 1995
Incident Commander at the following Events
2008 Hurricane Gustav Evacuation shelter
2012 West Nile Virus Outbreak
2014 Ricin Cleanup
Numerous Tornado strikes
Boards and Organizations
Member State Senior Advisory Committee (Preparedness and Response)
Member Executive Steering Committee Preventative Radiological/Nuclear Detection
Member State Catastrophic Health Emergency Task Force
Member Urban Area Security Initiative Task Force (Homeland Security) COUASI
Member Regional Medical Planning Group
Member Local Preparedness and Planning Committee (LPPC)
Member NACCHO Preparedness Policy Advisory Group
Member Big Cities Preparedness Group
Harvard Chan School Local Multi-Agency Stakeholders Preparedness Committee