Reorganizing your EMS volunteers, avoiding crime scene contamination, speeding teen drivers, and we’ll take a look at the very special partnership that can exist between local public health organizations and emergency medical services. If that’s what you’re looking for, you found it, right here on this week’s episode of the MedicCast.
MedicCast Episode 343
Good day and welcome to this week’s episode of the MedicCast. I’m your host, Jamie Davis, the Podmedic and I’d like to welcome you to this week’s show. I have a great show coming up for you this week including some great news items that’ll be of interest to you. I look at one of my neighboring jurisdictions and their challenges with transitioning from volunteer to paid EMS services as well as several other EMS news items. then, in this week’s tip of the week I bring you a discussion I had with EMS Garage host Chris Montera as we discuss ways to partner with local public health agencies in our EMS endeavors. All of that is coming up next here on the MedicCast.
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Tip of the Week: EMS Partnerships With Public Health
This week on the tip of the week, I bring you a segment from our recent trip to NACCHO Annual conference in Dallas, Texas. This is a conference for local health officials from across the country. Chris Montera, from the EMS Garage, and I got the chance to sit down and chat a little bit about the importance of working closely with our local health departments as EMS professionals. There are a host of programs and initiatives from local public health departments that could be put in place as interactions with local emergency medical services. From preparedness to prevention, public health is the perfect partner for much of what we do in EMS. Here’s that segment we recorded last week.
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