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Phil Maytubby

Director of Public Health Protection, Oklahoma City-County Health Department

About Phil Maytubby

Phil Maytubby is the current Director of Public Health Protection for Oklahoma City County Health Department (OCCHD). A 1986 graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma with a BS in Biology, Phil has worked in Public Health for 27 years. His preparedness and response experience dates back to the 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing. Phil has been an Incident Commander for public health for numerous events in the Oklahoma City area including tornado strikes, Ice storms, 2008 Hurricane Evacuation shelters, 2009 H1N1 Pandemic, 2012 West Nile Virus Outbreak, 2014 Ebola outbreak and Ricin Cleanup and the 2015/2106 Zika Virus Outbreak.

Phil presents frequently on preparedness and response issues and is an advocate for Public Health policy and funding at the national, state and local levels. He is a member of many boards and organizations, including the NACCHO Preparedness Policy Advisory Group, NACCHO Big Cities Work Group, Harvard Chan Local Multi Agency Stakeholders Preparedness Committee, Oklahoma Senior Advisory Committee on Preparedness and Response, the Central Oklahoma Resiliency Project and Medical Reserve Corps for Oklahoma County.