Revised 2017 Handoff Template

If you would like a custom copy of the handoff, with required service name, address and phone #  typed in, please email your request to


The computer that is set up in the family room will become a “kiosk” type logon for family use to check email, etc. when they are here with a critical patient and using the family room.

 EMS will be assigned a laptop for their documentation.   The laptop will be kept at the charge desk and will be for EMS documenting use only. This will give EMS the flexibility to find an unoccupied area to document with needed computer access.

 Currently the computer in the EMS room is set up with a generic login for EMS and is being left logged in with patient information available for viewing by whoever uses that computer.  This is a privacy issue.

   The laptop will be setup with the same generic login that EMS is currently using but will be secure. 

The District 6 Board Meetings     

The Vt EMS District #6 Board meets the second Tuesday of EVEN numbered Months At Central Vermont Medical Center



Please stop at Charge Station on arrival for patient to answer a few questions about name and date of birth.

If you have anything for the D6 EMS Board for the agenda, please send it along.  Our next regularly scheduled meeting is Tuesday, August 12 , 2018, 1900 at CVMC Conference Room 2.
Thank you.
Sheila Brown, Secretary
D6 VTEMS Board

VT EMS District 6, PO Box 01, Northfield Falls, VT 05664-0001

Center Learn Reminder:

All EMS providers are required to maintain a center learn account.  Protocols are being updated, online training will soon be assigned, so please log in, check your status and contact your training officer/head of service if you have difficulty.


The District 6 Mission Statement     
"To coordinate quality pre-hospital care in a patient centered system through education, cooperation, and commitment”

Radio Transmission to CVMC 

Dr. Blum and Jess Cullen would like us to shorten our radio reports in order to free up the air for other services.  They just need “initials and DOB” and enough information to assign the patient appropriately upon arrival.  Both radio air-time and charge nurse attention is both valuable and Dr. Blum/Jess want to use both effectively.  Jess provided the format below that could be used for our radio reports.  Please see Dr. Blum or Jessica Cullen (in the ED) if you have questions.

District 6 Radio Report
A: Initials/DOB
B: Chief Complaint
C: Vitals
D: Critical Findings
    e.g.: hypoglycemia
    EKG abnormalities
    stroke findings
E: Interventions provided

 MANY Thanks to Lawton Rutter for his time that he served as the chair and  keeping the district to going forward.  

2018/19 Leadership

The following officers were elected/appointed at the annual meeting, April 25th.
Chair.  Mark Podgewaite 
Vice Chair.   Chris LaMonda 
Treasure  Laurie Beth Putnam 
Secretary.  Sheila Brown
Training Coordinator.  Scott Bagg
Medical Advisor.   Jared Blum, MD

Meetings will be on even months for the full board, second Tuesday at 7pm with the Exec Board to meet monthly to take care of the fiscal aspect of running the district.   

Save the date

District Training with Jared Blum MD

August 28 at 6:30 to 8:30

​October 23 from 6:30 to 8:30

​January 22, 6:30 to 8:30

2018 -Per Dr Blum:  Please provide a copy of your handoff form to MD/PA/NP who will be seeing your patient and to the nurse with your bedside report.  

           Continue to keep a copy to use when completing your siren report.


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