St. Luke’s Champlin Ave and Burrstone Road will be closed Sunday July 12 starting at 5:30AM, Access to St. Luke’s Campus will be limited and will require alternate routes. In coming ambulances will need to access the hospital using alternate routes. If you need assistance contact Resource Hospital early
Medical Volunteers are encouraged to attend one of the Boilermaker Updates this Wednesday July 8, at the EMS Offices at 14 Foery Drive, Utica. The Updates will be conducted at 10AM 1PM 3PM and 630PM. These should last about 30 mins and will provide updated medical and operational information for Boilermaker Volunteers.
This Web-based eLearning course prepares healthcare professionals to evaluate and assess patients with potential symptoms of myocardial infarction, interpret ECGs for signs of STEMI (ST-elevation myocardial infarction), and activate a system of care for rapid reperfusion of an occluded coronary artery. Includes a practice 12-lead ECG test and a 2-part American Heart Association exam. Students who successfully complete the course will receive a completion certificate and will be eligible to apply for continuing education credits. To request access to training, please email: Molly.Perini@heart.org. (Note: Access is available on a first come, first serve basis. You will have 30 days to complete the training.)
The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) Utica Regional Office has issued the following traveler advisory for motorist in the City of Utica, Oneida County:
Wednesday morning July 1, 2015 at 9:00AM to 3:00PM Route 12 north ramp to Burrstone Road will be closed to traffic due to the City of Utica Department of Public Works working on a sanitary manhole located along the ramp.
Motorists traveling north on Route 12 are encouraged to use the French Road exit to access Burrstone Road.
UTICA – The City’s Fourth of July parade will begin at Our Lady of Lourdes Church on Saturday, July 4 and proceed north to the Memorial Parkway. Parade staging will begin at 9:30am and the parade itself will begin at 11am. Genesee Street will close to traffic for the parade at 11am until approximately 1pm.
During that time, and for the duration of the parade, ambulances and other emergency vehicles may enter the St. Elizabeth Medical Center (SEMC) campus via Ballantyne Brae.
Midstate Excellence in EMS Quality and Safety – ONEIDA FIRE DEPT
The excellence in quality and safety is awarded to a person or Agency that dedicates itself to “setting the bar high” and we are recognizing an Agency that has embraced the terms Quality and Safety.
Not just on the “big” call, everyday day in and day out the Department reviews, critiques and adapts to improve response and care to the citizens and surrounding area. Not stopping there the Department is an active participant in the county and regional quality assurance programs as well.
While we are recognizing an agency the application includes and acknowledges this is not a single entity and it is thanks to the support of the membership, administration and municipal leaders that have made this a successful program.
During 2014 the Agency moved from the Critical Care level of service to a Paramedic service and has added both the ability to send 12 lead ECG’s improving patient outcomes and moved to Electronic Charting allowing instant accurate data collection to help improve the service they provide
Volunteers needed for America’s Greatest 15K Road race. First Responders, EMT’s AEMT’s Nurses and Physicians contact the EMS Office at 315 738 8351 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up or for more information
The Midstate REMAC approved the use of a single page “transfer of care form” (Drop sheet) for Midstate use in 2014. It is expected that a patient care report will be left with every patient, this form was intended to allow for a quick written record of patient care. IT IS NOT INTENDED TO REPLACE THE COMPLETED PATIENT CARE RECORD either written or electronic. Our REMAC agreed to this form with the expectation that a completed form will be at the hospital within 4 hours of the patient arrival.
The goal of this week is to help the public learn more about the dangers of lightning. It is also a time for emergency management, public and private planning officials, and residents to review their own preparedness plans, and understand what to do, and not do, before and after a lightning strike. We are asking emergency management to help us get the word out on the dangers of lightning to help mitigate loss of life and property.
The National Weather Service in Binghamton will be issuing Public Information Statements (PNS) over the NOAA Weather Wire, internet, social media and NOAA Weather Radio each day of Lightning Awareness Week. These statements are designed to provide information for use by the print and broadcast media, but the information is also suitable to be incorporated into flyers and other circulations.
For additional information on Lightning Safety, check out the following web page: