The 2017 New York State EMS Collaborative Protocols are posted on the www.midstateems.org web site. We have also posted the roll out 2017 reference materials and schedule of Midstate REMAC Protocol Roll Out dates and locations. All Midstate Providers should review both the protocols and the reference material prior to attending a REMAC Update. The final step for advanced providers will be to complete the Collaborative Protocol exam prior to the April 3 implementation of these protocols. This exam will also b found on the website after March 15th.
The Basic EMT Class at Colgate is cancelled tonight due to winter storm
The Sunday EMT class held at the EMS Training Center 14 Foery Drive Utica has been cancelled for Sunday February 12, due to expected winter storm. Class will resume the following Sunday February 19 at 9AM
The Sunday EMT Class at the Training Center for tomorrow Sunday February 12 is cancelled due to winter storm. Class will resume the following Sunday February 19 9AM.
A Basic EMT class will be starting at Central Oneida County Ambulance on 02/27/2017. This class will meet on Monday and Wednesday’s 6:30pm to 10:00pm and test on 08/17/2017. This class will be an Original and a Refresher.
Waterville Fire Station starting March 1, this class will meet on Monday and Wednesday evenings 6;30 to 10PM. The class will test on Thursday August 17. Register on line or call the EMS Training Center 315 738 8981 for more information
With the expected winter storm arrival ALL Faxton St. Luke’s EMS Classes are Cancelled tonight Monday January 23, 2017
Beginning on February 11, 2017 in order to complete a call within the 315 area code , you will need to dial area code + telephone number. The reason for this necessary step is due to the addition of the additional 680 area code added to our area. Please confirm your pre programmed phones include:
RESOURCE 315 724 4979
Herkimer County Community College Basic EMT class starts Tuesday January 24, the class will meet 0800-1230 Tuesday Thursday and occasional Saturday’s register on line or call 738-8351 for additional details
The Mohawk Valley Police Academy will be hosting a first responder awareness training centered on officer safety for fentanyl, methamphetamine, marijuana butane extraction and synthetic drugs.
The training will cover manufacturing methods for all drugs, threats to first responding officers and what to be aware of in their surroundings to be able to identify these threats.
Thursday, January 19 from 2-6 pm will be the only class for Fire/EMS personnel and will be limited to that audience.
This training is being conducted by the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office, New York State Police and the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Each block of instruction will be limited to 40 people.
To register for this training please contact Sgt. Christine Reilly at firstname.lastname@example.org or (315) 792-5532.