Don’t forget Grand Rounds meeting “Mental Health Patients” this Wednesday, March 7, 6pm at Rome Memorial Hospital.
If you know of someone you think should be recognized for going above and beyond the call of duty please click the link below and nominate them for the appropriate category. Below is a list of each category. This years EMS Awards Banquet will be held at Vernon Downs Casino on Friday, May 18th at 6pm. Tickets will be available soon.
*BLS Provider of the Year
*ALS Provider of the Year
*EMS Agency of the Year
*Youth Provider of the Year
*Harriet C. Weber EMS Leadership Award
*EMS Educator of Excellence
*EMS Communications Specialist of the Year
*Registered Professional Nurse of Excellence
*Physician of Excellence
*Commissioner of Heath’s Award of Excellence
PLEASE Get your nominations in ASAP.
All Nominations MUST be received no later than May 1, 2012, (the form says "June 1" PLEASE disregard.
All forms turned in must be typed, NOT hand written.
Faxton-St.Luke's Healthcare along with LifeNet of New York will facilitate a
webcast presentation called "Care of the patient with an AMI from
onset to cath lab". It is scheduled to start at 1830 and run to 2030.
This presentation will be held at Conference Rooms 1 and 2 at the Alan
Calder wing of St. Luke's Campus. Please use entrance #6. For more
information and to reserve your seat, please respond to:
The Paramedic class that is cancelled for this evening is Bob and Dave Paddocks. Joe Taylor’s Paramedic class WILL be in session today March 1, 2012.
Donna Luck-Martin’s Basic EMT Class at Hamilton College will be cancelled TODAY March 1, 2012 due to weather conditions.
The afternoon Herkimer County Community College and the evening Faxton-St. Luke’s EMS Paramedic Classes have been cancelled TODAY, March 1, 2012 due to weather conditions.
The Critical Care Class held at the EMS Training Center is Canceled for tonight. If you have any questions call Bill at 315-624-4539.
EMS Grand Rounds Mental Health Wednesday, March 7, 6:30PM
Rome Memorial 2nd Floor Classroom
This workshop will present the how and whys of Mental Health Care form street to discharge. Speakers will present on legal, medical, and social issues involving the care, transportation and disposition of these patients. Presenters will include Law Enforcement, Hospital staff and Community Mental Health.
This presentation is designed for Basic and Advanced Providers (3 non core CME hours)
Register at www.midstateems.org or call Bill at 624-4539