Welcome to Community Hospital EMS Education
Trauma Team Scenarios - April 17 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
EMS Protocol Skills Update - May 15 and November 13
9:00 am to 1:00 pm
12 Lead EKG for EMS -
April 14 & 21, July 12 & 19, November 11 & 18
6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Emergency & Critical Care Seminar - October 2
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
1999 EMS EDUCATION OFFERINGS
EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE SEMINAR
Mark your calendar: Community Hospital, Mercy Medical Center, Mercy Memorial Hospital, Springfield-Clark JVS, and Clark State Community College will jointly sponsor an all day series of seminars on OCTOBER 2, 1999. Standby for more information, but expect sessions on: Biological Terrorism; Alzheimer's Disease; Hi-Tech Home Patients; Disaster Search Teams; and much more. Location to be announced.
12 Lead EKG Interpretation for EMS Personnel
Date: April 14 and 21, 1999
Must attend both days
Time: 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Place: CH Education Center
CNE: 8.6 hours
Trauma Team Scenarios
Date: April 17, 1999
Time: 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
CEU: 4.0 hours
Programs are held in the Education Center at Community Hospital. The Education Center is on Burnett Road between the School of Nursing and the hospital.
ALL CLASSES REQUIRE PRIOR REGISTRATION. Call 328-9309 to register.
Community Hospital is approved as a provider for continuing education by the ONA which is approved by the Ohio EMS Board.
ACLS Provider and PALS Provider Courses
ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT COURSE
The ACLS Provider Course is an intensive multi-disciplinary program which presents the theory and current practice of the standardized approach toward cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Community Hospital offers two configurations of ACLS Provider courses:
The ACLS Initial Provider Course is a 16 hour course offered over two days and is designed for those who have never attended an ACLS course or for those who wish an extensive review of ACLS material.
The ACLS Experienced Provider Course is an 8 hour course designed for experienced providers who utilize ACLS skills in their daily job.
ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Initial Provider ($95.00)
June 7 & 14 October 21 & 28
Experienced Provider ($55.00)
June 14 September 23 November 15
PEDIATRIC ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT
The Pediatric Advanced Life Support Course is an intensive multi-disciplinary program which presents:
* information needed to recognize the infant or child at risk of cardiopulmonary arrest
* strategies to prevent infant and child cardiopulmonary arrest
* psychomotor skills necessary to stabilize the infant or child in shock, respiratory failure or cardiac arrest
Lectures and practical stations include:
* BLS and BVM ventilation
* advanced airway management
* vascular access, fluids and medications
* management of rhythm disturbances;
* neonatal resuscitation;
* respiratory failure;
* cardiopulmonary arrest