Livingston County EMS will be hosting TECC on March 2 and 3. This class will integrate physician led instruction and simulation, and Livingston County SWAT will be collaborating on the simulations. The class is filling up quickly but there are a few spots still up for grabs. Contact Jim to get in! Advertisements
I’m excited to be teaching at Wolf Brigade’s first Preparedness Summit next month. For medics, this is a great opportunity to review and polish your basic trauma care skills, and the additional topics covered are equally important lifesaving skills. If your schedule allows, get in on this quick as space is extremely limited. More to… Read More ›
We’re excited to announce that SpecMed has become recognized as an educational partner of the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care! We will be holding our first TECC class next month, specifics TBD. The May 2017 ALS/BLS guidelines are available here.
The second and final unit of our new ventilator management training program is scheduled for October 16 at Livingston County EMS, 1700 until approximately 2000. This unit focuses on the role of ventilators in the interfacility and specialty care/critical care role. Te intended audience is SCT/MICU paramedics or those with an interest in those areas… Read More ›
SpecMed is excited to announce the inaugural offering of our new ventilator management training program. Part one will be held September 25 at Livingston County EMS, 1800 until approximately 2100. This unit focuses on the role of ventilators in the prehospital environment with an eye toward the paramedic level of care, although all levels are… Read More ›