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More lives can be saved as local EMT class completed


April 11, 2019

Back row: Jaki Gustaf, Mandi Bryant, Ashley Moore; front row: Jay Kenealy, Paramedic/Instructor, Andy Nelson, Trey Hendrickson, Will Cunningham, Carol Jordan, Tracy Arroyos, Paramedic/Instructor. Not pictured: Warren Shaulis, FNP-BC.

Crook County Medical Services (CCMS) hosted an EMT-Basic course September 2018 through on March 2019. Two nights a week for several months of great instruction successfully culminated in a high completion rate of the academic portion of the course. 

Classes were held at the hospital in Sundance. The primary instructors were Tracy Arroyos, Paramedic and Jay Kenealy, Paramedic with additional support from other CCMS staff members.

Warren Shaulis, FNP-BC was lead instructor/coordinator for the initial course. Heath Waddell, M.D. was the Medical Director and host for this course and now the subsequent one. 

As students complete their clinicals and take their National Boards, Crook County Medical Services is now also offering the next level of emergency medical services training with the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician course began on March 25, 2019 and will be proceeding through June 3, 2019.

There may still be an opportunity if someone would like to attend that has their current EMT Basic or AEMT license. If there is interest in attending this or future classes, the window of time for still being able to enroll in limited as the class is just beginning.

Please contact Jay Kenealy or Tracy Arroyos at the hospital for Crook County Medical Services at Sundance, WY, 307-283-3501.


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