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Webinar – Trick or Trach: Taking the Fright Out of Tracheostomy Care for EMS

By | Training

CME WEBINAR

Trick or Trach: Taking the Fright Out of Tracheostomy Care for EMS Professionals

September 6th, 2018
1:00 – 2:00 PM EST

During this webinar, presenters will discuss:
• The pre-hospital challenges children with special needs pose to EMS
• How to plan and prepare your agency to effectively help these children
• The success of the SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital STARS program

The webinar will be recorded and can be viewed at any time after the live event

REGISTER

Certified Instructor Update Course

By | Training

STEMS will be hosting a Certified Instructor Update Course on Saturday, October 6th from 8:30am – 4pm.

For more details, including registration information, please see the course flyer.

Download October CIU Course Flyer

Training Opportunity: Assisting Individuals in Crisis – Sept 21 and 22

By | Training

The Western New York Stress Reduction Program, the MMRS Mental Health Subcommittee, the Specialized Medical Assistance Response Team, and the Erie County Department of Mental Health are pleased to announce the following 2-day course:

Assisting Individuals in Crisis (Formerly titled “Individual Crisis Intervention & Peer Support”)

Dates: Friday September 21, 2018 & Saturday September 22, 2018
Time: 8:30am-4:30pm both days
Location: Erie County Emergency Services Training & Operations Center
3359 Broadway
Cheektowaga, New York 14227

Download ICISF AIC Training Announcement 9-18

ECMC and Fare Trade Salutes First Responders!

By | Events

Hall of Fame Inductee “Fare Trade” will hold a benefit event to support ECMC’s campaign to build a new adult Level 1 Trauma Center and Emergency Department. The November 17th event at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center will honor WNYs First Responders.

ECMC is always there for our community and we hope you will consider supporting ECMC as it builds a new state-of-the-art Emergency Department to better serve our community. Information on how you can be part of this great event is attached. If you would like more information or to get posters for your department please contact Stacy: sroeder@ecmc.edu.

Thank you in advance for your help!

Download Benefit Information Pamphlet

Stacy Roeder
Associate Executive Director
ECMC Foundation
462 Grider Street Ste G1
Buffalo, NY 14215
sroeder@ecmc.edu
716-898-5881
716-860-7333

www.supportecmctrauma.org

Training Opportunity: Assisting Individuals in Crisis – Sept 21 and 22

By | Training

The Western New York Stress Reduction Program, the MMRS Mental Health Subcommittee, the Specialized Medical Assistance Response Team, and the Erie County Department of Mental Health are pleased to announce the following 2-day course:

Assisting Individuals in Crisis (Formerly titled “Individual Crisis Intervention & Peer Support”)

Dates: Friday September 21, 2018 & Saturday September 22, 2018
Time: 8:30am-4:30pm both days
Location: Erie County Emergency Services Training & Operations Center
3359 Broadway
Cheektowaga, New York 14227

Download ICISF AIC Training Announcement 9-18

NYS EMS Workforce Study Reminder: Request to complete survey

By | Feedback Requests

The notice below was originally sent on June 6th. There is still an opportunity to provide feedback if you have not done so already!

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Dear EMS Agency Administrator:

The New York State Emergency Medical Services Council (SEMSCO), in partnership with the Bureau of EMS and Trauma Systems (BEMSATS), is conducting a study of the New York State EMS workforce.

At this time, we are asking EMS agencies to complete a voluntary survey regarding shortages of certified EMS providers and the impact on an agency’s ability to serve its community.

Click on this link to complete the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NYSEMSWorkforce

Please note that all responses will be complied in an aggregated report and no individual or identifying responses will be released.

Questions regarding the survey or this study may be directed to Steven Kroll, SEMSCO Member, at steven.kroll@delmarems.org.

Regional and County EMS leaders are asked to share this e-mail with all EMS agencies and encourage agencies to complete the survey.

On behalf of the SEMSCO, thank you for participating in this endeavor and for all you do every day to provide the best EMS care to your community.

Ryan P. Greenberg
Director
Bureau of EMS and Trauma