2013 AirLIfe EMS Conference: September 21, 2013
Thank you to everyone that attended the AirLife EMS Conference on Saturday, September 21!
Our thanks also to our Speakers, Dr. Cetaruk, David Maloney, Dr. Mark and Teresa Zuber who spoke on Toxicology, Drug Awareness and Blast Injuries, Airway Checklists. The lectures tey gave were excellent and we appreciate the time they devoted to our education. We topped the day off with a Mass Casualty Drill and and EMS Showdown.
The EMS Showdown was won by the Mighty Minions who took it by a rout!
Thank you to the Army Reserve participants whose input was invaluable in the drill. A special thank you to our many volunteers who played victims so well. You helped us tremendously and we appreciate your time in coming out on a Saturday! We've posted more pictures and for those of you who requested more information on Incident Command Management on the Outreach/EMS Page.
Thank you to all of you who brought food items for our flood victims. Because of your generosity we were able to deliver 3 very large boxes to the Loveland Flood Donation Center!
AirLife Denver Presents Air Medical &Critical Care Safety Stand Down Day
December 13, 2013 | 0800—1530
Click here for all the details!
Get Your AIRLIFE 2014 Calendar!
We invite you to enjoy the 2014 AirLife Denver calendar with all photos taken by the AirLife staff, crews, EMT's, and rotor and fixed wing pilots. Enjoy this unique perspective of what AirLife Denver teams get to see each day. To receive your calendar, please contact: Darcy.Wilson@HCAHealthcare.com
AirLife Celebrates 30 Years of Service in 2013!
Since our maiden mission on May 9, 1983, AirLife Denver has endeavored to provide quality critical care in emergency transport for an ever-growing region of communities and patients.
Our success and longevity would not be possible without our customers, our partners, our amazing crews, and our patients. We humbly invite you to celebrate this milestone with us throughout 2013!
AirLife Simulator Family
AirLife announces the adoption of a new "tetherless" Simulator Family including a pregnant mother and newborn, an infant, a child and an adult. Not only do we now have the capability to run simulations on any age group, we can also run multiple simulations at the same time.
Our AirLife team and education department are excited about the educational possibilities that the new AirLife Simulator Family can contribute to the medical community. By providing outreach to EMS and other medical institutions who desire highly developed medical education, Helicopter loading and unloading of patients from a variety of scene call transports scenarios.
For more information or to request a training session, click here.
Let Us Know How We're Doing!
We're all ears for your feedback! Thanks to the RSQ911 tool, you can now easily provide feedback on your transport. Just ask your AirLife flight crew for the mission code, then click here to enter the code and complete the survey.
AirLife Denver endeavors to utilize all feedback for realtime assessment and results, so your input is invaluable to every transport! Thank you in advance for improving our success.