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Nov 3, 2016

REGION III INFECTIOUS DISEASE TRANSPORTATION PLAN TABLETOP EXERCISE

This training event will be presented by Nor-Cal EMS.

Date:
Saturday, February 10, 20178
Time:
0930 - 1130

Location:
Trinity County Life Support
610 Washington St., Weaverville, CA

Objectives will include:

Review of the transportation plan.
Discussion of the protocol for treatment, transportation, destination determination, and notifications for confirmed or suspected EVD patients.
Discussion of the protocols for waste management.
To register, contact Patti Garrison at pgarrison@norcalems.org.

Please call 530-229-3979 for any questions.

 

BLS CPR MARCH 08, 2018 1300

 

RUN REVIEW TRAINING FEBRUARY 21, 2018

TOPIC: RESPIRATORY AIRWAY

BLS SKILLS: BVM O2 ADMINSITRATION

ALS SKILLS: ORAL NASAL STOMAL INTUBATION NEEDLE CRICH

 

Enrollment Deadline:1 SPOT AVAILABLE

Monday, FEBRUARY 21, 2018

2018 PUBLIC SAFETY FIRST AID (TITLE 22)

24 HRS RECERTIFICATION

28 HRS NEW RECRUITS

  • FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23     1700-2150
  • SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25    0900-1800
  • TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27  1700-2200
  • FRIDAY, MARCH 02         1700-2150
  • SATURDAY, MARCH 03    0900-1500

REGISTRATION: Title 22 PS FA FEB 2018.pdf

Call to Request More information

530-623-2500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Us

Trinity County Life Support is a non-profit. We serve a large rural/frontier area, traveling many miles -- over the river and through the woods – safely.  Established in 1993, dedicated to providing quality pre-hospital care and transport. 

As we approach 25 years of service, we strive to

  • Move from non-profit to a structure or affiliation that allows access to critically needed reimbursement programs
  • Attain paramedic critical care training and certification to best serve patients under our care 
  • Implement in-house health and fitness for a staff safe and fit to meet the physical demands of EMS response
  • Build training center personnel and capabilities


Trinity County is 3,125 square miles of forested mountainous terrain sheltering small rural communities, containing large areas of wilderness, with wild and scenic river frontage winding along the highway. Conditions are challenging and rewarding. Transports can be short to local Trinity Hospital in Weaverville, or 60+ miles.

 

 

 

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