The California Department of Public Health, Northern California SIDS Program, 2017 Training will be held on March 29, 2017 in Stockton, at the San Joaquin County Office, Wentworth Education Center, Burwood Auditorium, 2707 Transworld Dr., Stockton. This course meets the mandatory requirements for the preparation of public health professionals and EMS staff to assist families and child care providers affected by an SIDS tragedy. EMS staff are part-time from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (registration starts at 7:30 a.m.). 4.0 EMSUS is offered to emergency service personnel. California EMS CE Provided by CSUS, EMS CE Provider #34-3500. Click here for complete information about the course and to register. The California SIDS Program is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to CASIDSProgram@cce.csus.edu or 1-800-369-SIDS (7437). Applications are available on the Paramedic Preceptor Authorization & Re-authorization page. The application must be filed with the EMS Agency with a letter of recommendation from your employer of the S.
which confirms that you are in good reputation with this employer and that the employer intends to use you as an ambulance driver. Peer interviews are scheduled for January 17, 2018 (Dr. Shafer will participate in the interviews and we are looking for more volunteer paramedics for this process). Candidates approved by the oral peer board will participate in the paramedic preceptor training on January 30, 2018. Dr. Alvaro Garza, Chief Health Officer, MD, MPH, issued a health recommendation on the theme “High Potential Hepatitis A in San Joaquin County.” Read the full recommendation here. For more information on this recommendation, please contact the Common Health Care Program at 209-468-3822. . The San Joaquin County EMS AGENCY gives ems Policy Memorandum No.
2017-02 due to a sharp increase in the number of severe traumatic patients mis judged and misselected in the field by preclinical caregivers. The memo lists immediate measures to reduce cases of under-triage by respondents. This memorandum of principle shall enter into force with immediate effect. All guidelines and memoranda can be found on the EMS Policy page. . December 6, 2017 – AMR Compliance Report for September and October 2017. . The San Joaquin County EMS Agency has updated the EMS Fee Schedule with effect from July 1, 2017, approved by the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors. .
VRECC, formerly known as Lifecom, has been an EMS shipping center for San Joaquin County since May 1, 2006. VRECC, which has ACE accreditation for both Emergency Medical Response (EMD) and fire use, is managed by American Medical Response as part of its emergency relief contract with San Joaquin County. . . .