EMS are mandatory reporters to Adult Protective Services and Child Protective Services. Do not rely on ALS or the hospital to report, especially if LE is not on scene. Even if LE is on scene, multiple origins of reporting are desired. For more information, please visit www.dshs.wa.gov/report-abuse-and-neglect. The CQI Committee recommends that your agency print and post this flyer:https://www.dshs.wa.gov/sites/default/files/ESA/dcs/documents/22-566.pdf
Winter 2019 East County EMT Course
Applications are now being accepted for the Winter 2019 East County EMT Course.
Dec. 20th: Class applications due
Jan. 2nd: Infectious Disease/HCP CPR Class
Jan. 3rd: First day of class
Jan 5th: First Saturday class
March 23rd: Final day of class
Class is held at Station 82
Tuesdays and Thursdays 1800-2200
and every other Saturday 0800-1700.
March 25-27, 2019 | SeaTac, WA
Through collaboration of the Washington State Department of Health State Office of Rural Health, the WWAMI AHEC Programs, the Washington Rural Health Association and the Rural Health Clinic Association of Washington this annual conference brings together a consortium of rural healthcare professionals from around the region to learn, offer expertise, and explore the new and emerging opportunities in rural health.
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