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HGH Partners with State Welfare to Facilitate Medicaid Application
Humboldt General Hospital Encourages Residents to "Paint Winnemucca Pink!"
HGH EMS Rescue to Present '2017 Annual EMS Refresher'
Burke Named Full-Time Chief of Humboldt General Hospital EMS Rescue
Humboldt General Hospital Re-Accredited for Diabetes Education
Art Frable Will Be Humboldt General Hospital's New Chief Executive Officer
HGH EMS Rescue Will Host Safe Kids Checkpoint This Saturday
Community Invited to Meet CEO Candidate during Sunday 'Meet and Greet'
Charity Brause New Patient Relations Coordinator at Humboldt General Hospital
HGH Cardiac Rehab Achieves Nation's Highest Certification
HGH EMS Rescue to Offer Child Passenger Safety Certification
Are You Ready to Transform Your Skin? Join HGH for August Seminar
Trustees Launch Search for Humboldt General Hospital CEO
Humboldt General Lunchtime Seminar Will Focus on 'Summertime Skin Safety'
Community Invited to 'Find the Hero in You' and Give Blood
Incoming HGH CEO Relinquishes Position, New Search Will Begin
Humboldt General Lunchtime Seminar Will Focus on 'Slip, Trip, Fall' Prevention
Rita Clement Named 2017 'Nightingale Nurse of the Year'
Humboldt General Hospital Employees Honored for Years of Service
Hospital Auxiliary Celebrates Volunteer Accomplishments
HGH EMS Rescue, Lowry High School Partner for Anti-Alcohol Program
Humboldt General Hospital Presents 'Brain Attack' Seminar
LaRena's Race Saturday, May 13, at French Ford Middle School
Father's Health Will Delay New Hospital CEO's Arrival
HGH Employees Wear Jeans in Support of Sexual Assault Awareness
Turn in Your Expired, Unwanted Prescription Medications This Saturday
Fifth Annual 'Color the Mucc' Fun Run Celebrates Earth Day
Humboldt General Hospital Honors Top Employees
Humboldt General Welcomes Larger, More Capable Helicopter
Humboldt General Hospital Welcomes First Baby to New Unit
Community Invited to 'Find the Hero in You' and Give Blood
Two Local Nurses Graduate with Bachelor of Science Degrees
Annual Community Health Fair This Saturday, March 18
Humboldt General Hospital Says Goodbye to Longtime Receptionist
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HGH EMS, AirOne Rescue Man Pinned Overnight Following UTV Accident
Local Church Purchases Defibrillator to Protect Parishioners
Hospital Seeks to Raise Awareness of Women's Heart Disease
'Pink Lady' Donation Puts More Power Behind EMS Extrication Tools
HGH Welcomes Humboldt County's First Baby of the New Year
Humboldt General Hospital Implements Program to Increase Patient Survival
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HGH EMS Rescue to Present '2017 Annual EMS Refresher'

Emergency services personnel from across the state are invited to Winnemucca to complete their continuing education requirements.

Humboldt General Hospital Emergency Medical Services Rescue will offer its “2017 Annual EMS Refresher” from Thursday, November 9, through Sunday, November 12, at the East Hall Winnemucca Convention Center.

According to HGH EMS Rescue Education Coordinator Dylan Angus, this year’s program will offer classroom and on-site instruction for a well-rounded student experience.

“We’ve offered this 24-hour refresher course since 2003,” said Angus, “and each year we step it up even more to give our participants the best information possible as they move into the new year.”

Angus said personnel from every aspect of emergency services are invited to attend, including representatives from the medical, fire, law enforcement and mining fields. “We’ve got something for everyone,” he said.

This year’s program is divided into information specific to Advanced EMTs, EMTs and EMRs and will include classroom instruction as well as hands-on field work and skills review. Participants are reminded to dress for the terrain and the weather.

The weekend’s courses will be taught by representatives from HGH EMS Rescue and regional emergency services agencies.

“Each year we are focused on making our annual refresher a place where EMS providers can access the most timely information and network with other EMS agencies from across the state,” said Angus.

He added, “We are excited for this year’s program and know that each participant will go away more prepared to help those in need.”

Fees for AEMTs will be $250, EMTs $200 and EMRs $150. Please register no later than October 31, 2017.

For more information or to register for the “2017 Annual EMS Refresher” presented by Humboldt General Hospital Emergency Medical Services Rescue, please call HGH EMS Rescue EMS Education Coordinator Dylan Angus at (775) 623-5222, ext. 1378, or email angusd@hghospital.org.

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