EMS is an exciting and growing career path. Check out the number of opportunities across the area to work as an EMT, Paramedic or EMS Administrator.
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Sepsis is a life-threatening complication of an infectious process that without rapid diagnosis and treatment can quickly progress to tissue damage, organ failure and death. 270,000 Americans die each year from sepsis.1,2 Alarmingly, mortality increases 8 percent with each hour an individual does not receive treatment for sepsis.3
Because nearly 87% of sepsis cases begin in the community1, awareness of the signs and symptoms of sepsis is critical knowledge for Emergency Medical Services (EMS). EMS professionals are critical partners as they can help prevent sepsis infection or death by knowing the risk factors, identifying the symptoms and initiating life-saving treatment.
Computerized sepsis training modules have been developed to educate EMS providers across the region of the significance of early recognition and treatment of sepsis and that sepsis is a medical emergency.
In this module, participants will learn about the symptoms and conditions where sepsis should be suspected and why sepsis is considered an emergency event.
Participants will learn the sepsis risk factors, analyze the components of sepsis screening tools and evaluate the need for a sepsis screening tool for their local EMS unit. A sepsis screening tool is provided.
This module focuses on utilizing the sepsis screening tool to alert receiving healthcare providers that sepsis is suspected and appropriate action can be taken. Understanding the roles and expectations of all members of the healthcare team and using a standardized communication hand-off tool are discussed.
Participants will learn the importance of quality improvement and basic quality improvement strategies to improve EMS processes and systems.
To access the training modules:
A certificate will be provided upon completion of each module.
Nikki Medalen, MSN, BSN, APHN-BC | firstname.lastname@example.org | 701-989-6236
Lisa Thorp, BSN, RN, CDE | email@example.com | 701-989-6241
In September 2017, Great Plains Quality Innovation Network received special funding to work in one rural geographical location in Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota to increase awareness and early recognition of sepsis. For more information: https://greatplainsqin.org/initiatives/sepsis/.
This material was prepared by the Great Plains Quality Innovation Network, the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization for Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota, under contract with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The contents presented do not necessarily reflect CMS policy. 11S0W-GPQIN-NE-SEP-12/0618
Lake Region Ambulance Service
Lake Region Ambulance Service is looking for Full time and part time Paramedic’s and EMT’s. Applicant must be 18 years of age with current NREMT Paramedic with ACLS & PALS, licensed or licensable by the ND Dept. of Health of EMS and Trauma. EMT’s need to be National Registry and Registered to the state of North Dakota. Those interested shall submit a completed application, resume and supporting credentials, including, licenses, certifications and any other supporting documentation.
Please mail application to Lake Region Ambulance Service PO Box 893, Devils Lake ND 58301, Call 701-662-8916, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Difficult Airway Class September 10 and 11th, 2018 sponsored by the Bottineau Ambulance Service. Please sign up on the website below:
The Difficult Airway Courses. View Flyer Here
ND DOT EMS Instructor – Coordinator Course
Metro Area Ambulance
To prepare the student to perform as an EMS Instructor-Coordinator in accordance with standards established by the North Dakota Department of Health, Division of Emergency Medical Services and Trauma. The course is based on the 2002 National Guidelines for Education of the EMS Instructor. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will have attained the necessary competencies to coordinate and instruct an EMS education program at or below their current level of licensure.
Prerequisites: Current NREMT/ND licensure at the EMT level or higher
Affiliation with a licensed ND EMS service or EMS Educational training center
Access to a computer with internet connectivity
Course Coordinator: Jenny Iverson, NRP, AAS
Education Director, Metro Area Ambulance
email@example.com cell: 701-341-0624
Cost: $375; Registration due by September 15, 2018
Location: Metro Area Ambulance, South Station
1139 Memorial Hwy, Bismarck, ND
Class Dates & Times: This course has 3 phases:
1. Phase 1: Pre-Course Self-Study – Students will be assigned various reading assignments, online activities, and course completion activities that MUST be completed prior to the scheduled first day of on site classroom training. All pre- course worked assigned to be submitted prior to class must be submitted as instructed for admittance to the classroom portion of the course.
2. Phase 2: On site classroom training – The on-site classroom training will be conducted Friday October 12, 2018 and Saturday October 13, 2018 from 9am-5pm, CST. Class will be held at 1139 Memorial Hwy, Bismarck, ND.
3. Phase 3: Post course evaluation: Students will randomly choose a topic for which they will be required to develop and submit a lesson plan and evaluation rubric. The lesson plan and rubric must be submitted within 3 weeks of course completion.
Students are expected to be presented at all scheduled class sessions and to complete all pre-course assignments by the scheduled due dates.
Students are expected to be in either comfortable business attire or approved service uniform during the classroom phase.
There are no required textbooks for this class. Recommended textbooks are:
· Foundations of Education: An EMS approach – NAEMSE – 2nd edition
· Teaching Health Careers Education: Tools for classroom Success – Mosby – Ruple
· Creative Learning: Activities and Games that really engage people – Pfeiffer – R. Lucas
Students are required to successfully complete all 3 phases of the course to be eligible for a certificate of completion.
Course Withdrawal and Refund Policy:
Students who withdraw with notice, prior to October 1, 2018, will be eligible for a full refund of their paid tuition. Any withdrawals or absences after that date will result in forfeiture of the full paid tuition for the course.
A course completion certificate will be issued to all students who complete all of the following:
· Complete all the pre-course assignments and submit in the appropriate time frame
· Participate in all hours and activities scheduled October 12 and 13, 2018
· Complete the assigned post course assignment and submit in the appropriate time frame
The Williston Fire Department will be conducting a Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) course on August 25-26!
This course is recognized around the world as the leading continuing education program for prehospital emergency trauma care. The mission of PHTLS is to promote excellence in trauma patient management by all providers involved in the delivery of prehospital care. As the global gold standard in prehospital trauma education, PHTLS has proven to decrease mortality rates by improving the standard of treatment of traumatic injuries.
This course is appropriate for EMTs, paramedics, nurses, physician assistants, physicians, and other prehospital providers. PHTLS is recognized by NREMT and is accredited by CAPCE.
The cost of this course is $225 and includes the current Prehospital Trauma Life Support book. Class will be held each day at 0900 at WFD station two, 610 58th St W, Willliston.
To register, complete the PHTLS form found at www.wfdems.com and submit to:
Williston Fire Department
Attn: Emily Hughes
317 11th St W
Williston, ND 58801
Cavalier Ambulance Service
Help Wanted: Cavalier Ambulance Service is seeking to hire a full time Paramedic. This position involves working on a rotating schedule working 12-15 days a month, which includes working o week end every 4 weeks. Shifts are from 6 am-6pm; 6 pm-6am. Applicant must be 18 years of age with current NREMT Paramedic with ACLS & PALS, licensed or licensable by the ND Dept. of Health of EMS and Trauma. Those interested shall submit a completed application, resume and supporting credentials, including, licenses, certifications and any other supporting documentation.
Completed application and resume can be forwarded to: Cavalier Ambulance PO Box 231 Cavalier, ND 58220. For additional information contact Linda Otto at 701-265-8259 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cavalier Ambulance is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants subject to E-Verify
Divide County Ambulance District
Divide County Ambulance District, located in Crosby North Dakota is seeking Paramedic, AEMT and EMT applicants for full and part time positions. Divide County Ambulance is a rural service providing 911 and interfacility transports. Ambulance crews work closely with Hospital staff, as well as Fire Departments, mutual aid EMS crews, and other emergency responders.
Divide County Ambulance offers competitive pay, continuing education opportunities as well as education and certification advancement opportunities.
Applications can be filled out through St Luke's Medical Center using their application, and submitted to: DivideCoAmbulance@gmail.com.
Please include copies of your BLS/ACLS/PALS, NIMS, National Registry certification as well as ND license and Driver's License.
Questions about further information, please contact us at: DivideCoAmbulance@gmail.com
Sanford Health- Paramedic and EMT Job Openings- Various Locations
SafeTech Leadership Academy Brochure Here
In recognizing the importance of rural communities supporting the mineral development in western North Dakota, Farm Credit Services and AgriBank worked together to establish the Rural Community Grant Fund.
The Rural Community Grant Fund offers grants up to $50,000 to western North Dakota nonprofit organizations (or equivalent) that successfully exhibit the impact of mineral exploration in their service area. Funding will be available for proposals encompassing housing projects; health, safety, and environment programs; medical facilities; educational programs; and more!
In order to facilitate successful project proposals, Farm Credit Services of North Dakota and Farm Credit Services of Mandan have contracted with Strengthen ND to provide technical assistance for grant writing. The Rural Community Grant Fund is a great opportunity with a quick turnaround time, which is often advantageous for many organizations. Helping to direct much-needed resources to mission-driven organizations like yours is something that Strengthen ND is equipped to do.
Attached you will find an FAQ sheet better explaining the Rural Community Grant Fund. The next deadline for proposal submission is August 31st. If you have any questions or are interested in applying, please contact me as soon as possible.
Enbridge Training and grant information found here