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Stephanie Hackett

MMRS Program Coordinator

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  • 1104 Madison Plaza
  • Chesapeake
  • VA
  • 23320
  • United States


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  • 757-963-0632
  • 757-963-2325

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Stephanie Hackett currently serves as the Program Coordinator for the Hampton Roads Metropolitan Medical Response System. Stephanie has maintained the readiness of unique resources located throughout the region by processing purchase requisitions, purchase orders, receiving orders, and distributing orders. These specially built assets provide standardized capabilities of consumable medical supplies and durable medical equipment that enhance the region’s ability to respond to mass casualty incidents. Because of her efforts in grants management and procurement, the Hampton Roads region has benefited greatly in preparedness, response, and recovery for incidents that produce mass casualties.

Additionally, she supports the Hampton Roads Metropolitan Medical Strike Team (HRMMST) by processing applications, conducting orientation classes, and outfitting new members with uniforms and personal protective equipment. Stephanie serves as a Planning Specialist on the Strike Team. Stephanie also works closely with regional Public Health Departments, hospitals, and hazardous materials teams to oversee the HRMMRS program’s pharmaceutical stockpiles of nerve agent antidotes, antibiotics, and hazardous materials antidotes.

Stephanie earned a Master’s of Business Administration with an emphasis in Public Administration from Liberty University and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management from Old Dominion University. She has also completed the Emergency Management Basic Leadership Academy and is currently attending the Emergency Management Advanced Leadership Academy at the Emergency Management Institute.

Our Location


Our office is co-located with the Tidewater Emergency Medical Services Council (TEMS) at 1104 Madison Plaza, Chesapeake, Virginia 23320.


Our History

The HRMMRS began as a DHS Grant Program in 1999. The HRMMRS continues to support & enhance Hampton Roads public safety, hospital, public health, & emergency management response capabilities to manage mass casualty incidents.


Our Vision

Sustain regional emergency medical response capabilities with MMRS & SHSP grants for the next 10 years.

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