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The District 6 Board Meetings
The Vt EMS District #6 Board meets the second Tuesday of EVEN numbered Months At Central Vermont Medical Center
NEXT VAD 6 Board Meeting
Feb 12, 2019 @ 1900
Head of service or delegate from each service required to attend per VT EMS Rules.
EMT class starting Jan 21st at Norwich university.
Please stop at Charge Station on arrival for patient to answer a few questions about name and date of birth.
EMS/ ED case reviews
First annual ED/EMS case reviews. We will be running through cases from the prehospital side of things with the ED Docs. It will be at:
Conference Room 1/2.
Central Vermont Medical Center.
March 13th, 2019.
Please send Jared cases if you have any that you would like to review. Attendance limited.
93 of D6 EMS providers out of 369 are trained in
If you are a D6 EMS provider who has not completed the required High Performance CPR training, please check with your head of service for training compliance opportunities.
Howie reports drill will take place on April 6, 2019, 0900 at Mount Ellen. Tabletop review January 31th, 2019 6-9pm at MRVAS station
HospitalNet: Up and running! All services may now complete their SIREN run reports and the hospital will pull them directly from the website – No More Faxing your PCRs! CVMC is pulling them within 72 hours of the call. Anything later than 7 days the HOS will receive notification that a run is missing.
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
B: Chief Complaint
D: Critical Findings
E: Interventions provided
2017 VT EMS D6 meeting minutes LINKS
CPR card prices increasing
We have been notified by the American Heart Association and our distributor that the cost of eCards is going up. Unfortunately, we have to pass this cost increase onto our instructors, as it would cost our Training Center money if we kept it the same. This will be the first rise we have had in BLS cards in many years.
As of January 1st, 2019, the cost for e-Cards for our Training Center Instructors will be $6.00/each for BLS/ACLS/PALS cards and $20.00/each for all Heartsaver Cards, with the exception of K-12 cards which will be $2.50/each.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to e-mail Scott.Bagg@cvmc.org
Save the date
District Training with Jared Blum MD
January 15, 6:30 to 8:30
2019 VT EMS D6 meeting minutes LINKS
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.