#GMVEMSC: Just in Time Standing Order for All Greater Miami Valley EMS Agencies and Providers Effective Immediately

Per the Region 3 Regional Physicians Advisory Board (RPAB), and the Greater Miami Valley EMS Council Medical Director, Dr. Marriott, the following Just in Time Standing Order is being issued and is in effect now.  EpiPen Jr is currently unavailable nationwide, and our regional supplies have or soon will expire. A nationwide shortage of Adult EpiPens is also imminent. 

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EMR and EMT:       WHEN EpiPen Jr. or EpiPen IS NOT AVAILABLE

 

·         < 15 kg; call Medical Control

·         For all others use Adult EpiPen

·         If Adult EpiPen unavailable, call Medical Control

·         EMRs and EMTs can still assist with administration of the patient's own EpiPen or EpiPen Jr EpiPen either adult or junior

 

Advanced and Paramedic:      WHEN EpiPen Jr. or EpiPen IS NOT AVAILABLE

·         < 15 kg; use EpiPen Jr OR (1:1000) 0.01 mg/kg IM

·         > 15 kg and < 30 kg; use Adult EpiPen OR Epi (1:1000) 0.01 mg/kg IM

·         May repeat Epi (1:1,000) 0.01 mg/kg IM (max 0.5 mg) after 5 minutes.

·         >30 kg; use Adult EpiPen AND an additional 0.2 mg of Epi (1:1000) IM for a total of 0.5 mg IM OR Epi (1:1000) 0.5 mg IM

·         May repeat Epi (1:1,000) 0.5 mg IM after 5 minutes

·         AEMTs and Paramedics can still assist with administration of the patient's own EpiPen or EpiPen Jr

 

 

 

 

David N. Gerstner, President

Greater Miami Valley EMS Council

 

 

 

 

 


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#GMVEMSC Training: Attention EMS Officers only a few seats left!

Attention EMS Officers only a few seats left! You won’t want to miss this!

 

See attachment.

 

Ohio Resuscitation Academy

 

When: March 7, 2019 or March 8, 2019

 

Time: 0800-1700

 

Where: Mercy Health-Fairfield HealthPlex 3050 Mack Rd. Fairfield, OH 45014

 

A one-day Ohio Resuscitation Academy is being held in the CincinnatiDayton area.  This is a train-the-trainer course designed for those interested in the science behind resuscitation and the positive effects of high-performance CPR.  

 

The focus of this Resuscitation Academy will include each day:

 

  • Science of Resuscitation

 

  • 10 steps to Improve Survival and Achieve Implementation

 

  • System Assessment

 

  • Implementation in Daily Practice after the RA

 

  • Hot Topics in Resuscitation

 

Registration is online and is limited to the first 50 participants per each one-day course.  Presenters will include Dr. Andy McCoy from King County, Seattle as well as Ohio champions of resuscitation.  

 

To register go to: http://www.cvent.com/d/bbqv2d

 

Greater Miami Valley EMS Council
241 Taylor Street Suite 130
Dayton, OH 45402 USA
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#GMVEMSC: Strike FIRST Against Opioid Response Burnout - FREE Training - March 25 from 8:00 a.m. - 11 a.m.

 

The Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association is partnering with the Ohio Hospital Association, the Greater Miami Valley EMS Council, and Public Health Dayton & Montgomery County's Community Overdose Action Team to bring the 

First Responder Incident Response Support Training (FIRST) to the Dayton region. 

 

The FIRST Training is a FREE event and open to Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement, Nurses, Physicians, and other community first responders throughout the Dayton region.

 

FIRST focuses on burnout, resilience, and vicarious trauma to hospitals and first responders hit hardest by the opioid epidemic. Dr. Kenneth R. Yeager, a nationally-recognized expert on resilience and trauma-informed care, will present the interdisciplinary training. Kenneth R. Yeager, Ph.D., LISW is a clinical professor in the College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and also serves as Director of the Stress, Trauma, and Resilience (STAR) program.

 

This 3-hour training is limited to Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement, Nurses, Physicians, and other community first responders in the Dayton region. This presentation is not open to the public in order to provide a safe space for staff, clinicians, and first responders to discuss burnout and vicarious trauma in an open way. 

 

To register, please visit:

https://first_opioidresponseburnouttraining.eventbrite.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

#GMVEMSC: Blue Mass to Honor Public Safety Personnel

Please post and share.

St. Joseph Church and the Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians invite you to the
Blue Mass
To Honor The Work Of All Public Safety Personnel

Sunday, April 7, 2019 10:00 am Mass
411 E. Second St, Dayton, OH 45402
Followed by Brunch RSVP desired, but not required

To RSVP or for additional information, please contact Theresa Cory, 937‐409‐7477, or email theresam0133@att.net<mailto:theresam0133@att.net>

#GMVEMSC Training: Upper Valley Free Advanced Stroke Care Class

Please post & share!

 

See attachment

 

Still time to register for Advanced Stroke Care Class.

 

Where:            Upper Valley Medical Center

Cost:                FREE

Date & Time:  March 4, 2019 8AM-12PM

                       

 

RSVP:               Michelle Post mmpost@premierhealth.com

 

 

 

#GMVEMSC: GMVEMSC Research Committee Meeting - February 19th - 12:00 p.m.

**Reminder**

 

The next meeting of the GMVEMSC Research Committee is scheduled for 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 19th at GDAHA.

Please reply with your attendance plans to ensure an accurate count for lunch.

 

Thanks!

 

 

#GMVEMSC Jobs: Darke County Sheriff's Office Dispatch Job Opening

The Darke County Sheriff’s Office, Greenville, Ohio is currently accepting applications to fill an immediate opening for the position of Full-time Dispatcher.

 

The full application and disqualifying criteria can be obtained on the Darke County Sheriff’s Office website at www.darkecountysheriff.org.

 

Candidates interested in this position must submit a completed application to the attention of  Melissa Hawes by email mhawes@darkecountsheriff.org, in person, or by mail to Darke County Sheriff’s Office, 5185 County Home Rd., Greenville, Ohio 45331.

 

Melissa Hawes

911 Coordinator

Darke County Sheriff’s Office

5185 County Home Rd

Greenville, OH 45331

937.459.2926 Cell

937.547.3911 Office

 


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#GMVEMSC Jobs: FW: Ohio Division of EMS Vacancy

 

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OHIO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

Ohio Emergency Medical Services

Melvin House, Executive Director

www.ems.ohio.gov

 

 

The Ohio Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Medical Services has the following vacancy:

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR 2

For a full job description and instructions on how to apply, please select the position title to be taken to the State of Ohio employment website.

 

 

 

#GMVEMSC Training: Additional Skills Evaluator sessions

There have been several requests to have additional Skills Evaluator Sessions. Below are 3 additional sessions. These are the last sessions that will be available. Please contact the individual Coordinator by email if you wish to attend their class. Each person must bring a laptop with them.

 

Miami Valley Hospital 2/18/2019 @ 0900                            Elizabeth Beam- ejevans@premierhealth.com

 

Miami Valley Hospital South 2/19 @ 0900                            Chris Freeze-               crfreeze@premierhealth.com

 

Miami Valley Hospital North 02/20 @ 1300                         Laura Clark-                leclark@premierhealth.com

 

 

Thanks,

Education Committee

 

 

Alex Brahm EMT-P

EMS Coordinator

Premier Health

110 N. Main St.

Dayton, OH 45402

Work Site E1114

Cell- (937) 477-9952

Fax – (937)341-8925

apbrahm@premierhealth.com

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#GMVEMSC Training: Free Advanced Stroke Class at MVH South

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See attachment

 

Still time to register for Advanced Stroke Care Class.

 

Where:            Miami Valley Hospital South

Cost:                FREE

Date & Time:  March 22, 2019 8AM-12PM

                       

 

RSVP:               Michelle Post mmpost@premierhealth.com

 

 

#GMVEMSC Training: FEMA Course: Pediatric Disaster Response and Emergency Preparedness (MGT-439)

Dayton Children's Hospital will be hosting the FEMA funded Pediatric Disaster Response and Emergency Preparedness course on Wednesday, 6/12 and Thursday, 6/13, from 0800-1700.  Please see attached flyer.  Thank you for your attention in this matter.

 

Prerequisites

FEMA / SID Number

Students must register and bring a copy of their

SID number to class.

Register online:

cdp.dhs.gov/femasid

 

 

Kevin P. Moore, BA, EMT-P

Emergency Services Paramedic

ALS Transport Paramedic

South Emergency Department

 

Dayton Children’s Hospital

3333 West Tech Road

Miamisburg, OH 45342

O: 937-641-3400

#GMVEMSC Jobs: MICU Driver Operators Employment Opportunity

Employment Opportunity. Please post and share. See attachment.

Med-Trans, Inc. is currently accepting applications for:

 

MICU EMT Driver/Operators  

 

MICU EMT Driver/Operators are based at area hospitals and provide the safe  operation and transportation of critically ill or injured patients, along with working closely with Flight Nurses and Paramedics.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES: Attends and participates in daily shift briefings. Completes a daily vehicle checklist, shift briefing and maintenance forms. Accepts transports, responds immediately and completes transports in an efficient and timely manner. Operates vehicles in a safe and courteous manner at all times, while having knowledge of traffic laws, policies and procedures. Extensive knowledge of area hospitals. Maintains the cleanliness and appearance of vehicles at all times.

 

REQUIREMENTS: Valid driver's license. Current State of Ohio EMT-Basic Certification. Current Healthcare Provider CPR Certification. Emergency Vehicle Operations Certification. Current with the Greater Miami Valley EMS Council protocol. 1 year experience driving emergency vehicles required. Must complete a physical, lift test, and drug screen prior to hire.

 

BENEFITS: Up to $17.00 an hour. Shift  Differentials Medical, Dental, & Vision Insurance. 401K. Paid Vacations.

 

Interested candidates may download an application at www.med-trans.com or call 937-325-4926.

 

Questions please contact:

 

Tyler W. Osborne | Director of Personnel & Operations | tosborne@med-trans.com

Direct: 937-327-9963 | Cell: 937-206-6406 | Fax: 937-325-9934

 

#GMVEMSC Training: FIRST Training - March 27

Afternoon everyone! Due to additional request for this training we provided at Soin, we are scheduling another session with Dr. Yeager at Kettering Medical Center on March 27th. Please see attached.

 

This is a FREE Event for Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement, Nurses, and Physicians. FIRST addresses burnout, resilience, and vicarious trauma to hospitals hardest hit by the opioid epidemic. FIRST training is provided by a national expert on resilience and trauma-informed care who has worked extensively with hospital

medical staffs, police, and other first responders.

 

Speaker: Kenneth R. Yeager, PhD

Kenneth R. Yeager, PhD, is a clinical professor in the College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. He

also serves as director of the Stress, Trauma and Resilience (STAR) program at Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center. The STAR program recognizes

the importance of addressing experiences of trauma with evidence-based, trauma-informed practices and approaches to care. The program, and four other Ohio centers focusing on providing crisis intervention to hospitalized traumatic violent crime victims, received grant money as part of the “Ohio Attorney General’s Expanding Services and Empowering Victims Initiative.” Within the STAR program, Yeager has developed The Ohio State University Medical Center Trauma Recovery Center, which provides psychological and psychiatric care for victims of violent crime. Yeager, who holds an endowed professorship as the David E. Schuller Professor for Patient Compassion, has numerous publications in the areas of crisis intervention; resilience building; treating co-morbid substance abuse and mental illness; quality improvement and developing quality metrics; and evidence-based practice.

 

Thank you all!

 

Tony Alexander, A.S.,NRP, EMSI

EMS Coordinator

Kettering Health Network

O: (937) 762-5924

C: (937) 875-5355

F: (937) 522-8543

Anthony.Alexander@KetteringHealth.org

 


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Re: EXTERNAL:#GMVEMSC: Reminder - GMVEMSC Standing Orders/Education Committee Meeting - February 12th

I will be attending the Standing orders meeting.


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Wilson Health
EMS-Disaster Coordinator, Emergency Services
T: 937.494.5206 | F: 937.498.4201
E: rmorrett@wilsonhealth.org

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**Reminder**

The next meeting of the Standing Orders/Education Committee is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 12th at GDAHA.

Please respond with your attendance plans to ensure an accurate count for lunch.

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

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#GMVEMSC Training: Attention EMS Officers Registration is open!

See attachment.

 

Ohio Resuscitation Academy

 

Registration is open!

 

When: March 7, 2019 or March 8, 2019 Time: 0800-1700 Where: Mercy Health-Fairfield HealthPlex 3050 Mack Rd. Fairfield, OH 45014

 

A one-day Ohio Resuscitation Academy is being held in the CincinnatiDayton area.  This is a train-the-trainer course designed for those interested in the science behind resuscitation and the positive effects of high-performance CPR.  

 

The focus of this Resuscitation Academy will include each day: • Science of Resuscitation • 10 steps to Improve Survival and Achieve Implementation • System Assessment • Implementation in Daily Practice after the RA • Hot Topics in Resuscitation

 

Registration is online and is limited to the first 50 participants per each one-day course.  Presenters will include Dr. Andy McCoy from King County, Seattle as well as Ohio champions of resuscitation.  

 

To register go to: http://www.cvent.com/d/bbqv2d

 

#GMVEMSC: Reminder - GMVEMSC Standing Orders/Education Committee Meeting - February 12th

**Reminder**

The next meeting of the Standing Orders/Education Committee is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 12th at GDAHA.

Please respond with your attendance plans to ensure an accurate count for lunch.

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

#GMVEMSC: Region 3 RPAB February 14th, 2019

The next meeting of the Region 3 RPAB will be held Thursday, February 14th, 2019 at 8:30 at the WSU Dept. of EM offices on Southern Blvd.

Please forward agenda items to wmarriott@woh.rr.com

#GMVEMSC: 2019 Drug License Clarification Re: Renewal Method

After talking to several Chiefs in the area I hope this will be the last e-mail about renewing drug licenses if you have not already done so. 

If you are renewing and have only one station you must use the electronic renewal.  If you have multiple stations you must use the paper copy.  I hopes this helps. 

 

Also, as a reminder, please send a copy of your license when you get it to Sandy at gmvemsc@gdaha.org  or myself. 

 

Thanks,

Brendan

 

Brendan Deere EMT-P/I

Drug Bag Chair

GMVEMSC

937-499-8757

bpdeere@premierhealth.com

 

 

#GMVEMSC Jobs: Employment Opportunity - Turtlecreek Township

TURTLECREEK TOWNSHIP

An Equal Opportunity Employer

                JOB POSTING

 

Dept./Div.: Fire Department       

Position Title:       FF 1/FF 2 – EMT/Paramedic

Pay:       $16.50 – 19.00 per hour

Position Available:           6

Reports To:         OIC        

Employment Status:       Part-time

 

Normal Hours:   12 & 24 Hour Shifts        

FLSA Status:        Non-exempt (hourly)

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Under general supervision, the Firefighter 1 or 2/EMT/Paramedic controls and extinguishes fires, responds to emergency situations where life, property, or the environment is at risk; fire prevention, emergency medical service, hazardous material response, search and rescue, and disaster assistance

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Completion of secondary education or equivalent (high school diploma or GED); successful completion of the State Fire Training Program and EMT training; must meet physical and psychological requirements for firefighter, EMT, and/or Paramedic; or any equivalent combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

 

Must possess and maintain a valid State of Ohio EMT certification and a valid State of Ohio Firefighter Level I certification; must obtain and maintain proper authorization to practice as a Paramedic; must possess CPR/AED certification; must possess a valid Ohio driver's license and maintain insurability under the Township’s vehicle insurance policy; must maintain compliance with the current addition of Standard on Comprehensive Occupational Medical Program for Fire Departments (NFPA 1582) during course of employment; and must have completed a recognized course of instruction for Fire Driver and Fire Engineer, or be able to complete a recognized course of instruction for Fire Driver and Fire Engineer within one year of appointment.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION:  For purposes of 42 USC 12101.

 

Performs fire prevention, suppression, and rescue activities; responds to fire alarms; makes openings in burning buildings for ventilation and entry; lays and connects hose lines; operates nozzles directing water streams; operates portable fire extinguisher, axes, and other equipment; performs salvage operations at fire scenes drives and operates department vehicles, operates fire suppression equipment; raises and climbs ladders; prevents the spread of fire and protects property from water damage; inspect fire hydrants accessibility and location; assumes command of fire or emergency scene in absence of an officer (e.g., evaluates situation, determines appropriate methods and procedures to be used); communicates with dispatcher and safety personnel in person and via two-way radio.

 

Performs emergency or other medical care functions based on certification level; responds to rescue calls; operates ambulance and provides emergency medical treatment to injured and ill persons (e.g., provides bandaging, administers oxygen and CPR); immobilizes fractures and administers other first aid procedures; removes persons from emergency situations; administers IVs; assists in childbirth; utilizes blood pressure cuff, stethoscope, IV kit, backboards, and other related equipment; monitors and interprets EKGs; defibulates cardiac patients; inserts advanced airways; administers medication; monitors cardiac telemetry; maintains radio communication with hospital; performs all duties according to certification standards as set forth by the State of Ohio.

Ensures that equipment is fully prepared and functional at all times; performs general maintenance and upkeep of apparatus, equipment and fire station; performs and documents required equipment inspections as assigned; participates in preventative maintenance on fire apparatus, and station maintenance; maintains records and prepares reports regarding alarms, daily activities, supplies, and other matters relating to the department.

 

Reads and studies training materials, reports, evidence, and files; maintains daily activity logs or journals; observes events, persons, and circumstances, and writes reports, takes witness statements; may testify in court.

Performs inspection of buildings and properties for fire prevention ordinances.

Attends and participates in annual training as required; ensures certifications and licensures are properly maintained.

 

Attends meetings and serves on committees, as required; attends various meetings, seminars, and workshops to stay abreast of change in fire and emergency practices and procedures.

Meets all job safety requirements and all applicable OSHA safety standards that pertain to essential functions.

Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance.

 

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Performs other duties as assigned.

 

MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE CHARACTERISTICS: (* indicates developed after employment)

 

Knowledge of:  Township goals and objectives;* Township policies and procedures;* emergency medical care procedures; first aid practices; cardiopulmonary resuscitation; medical terminology; infectious control; local geographic area; fire suppression and prevention techniques; fire/emergency rescue techniques; fire investigation and arson detection technique; fire preventions laws, codes, rules, and regulations; tools and equipment utilized in firefighting operations; two-way radio operations; National Incident Management System (NIMS), National Response Plan (NRP) and Incident Command System (ICS); geographic layout of jurisdictions; safety practices and procedures; English grammar and spelling.

 

Skill in:  Light to heavy motor vehicle operation; use and operation of standard firefighting equipment and apparatus; use and operation of self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and/or other respiratory protection devices; use of modern office equipment; computer operation; computer programs (e.g., Microsoft Office).

 

Ability to:  carry out instructions in written, oral, or picture form; deal with problems involving several variables within familiar context; deal with many variables and determine specific action; recognize unusual or threatening conditions and take appropriate action; exercise independent judgment and discretion; understand, interpret, and apply laws, rules, or regulations to specific situations; add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers; respond to routine inquiries from public and/or officials; handle sensitive inquiries from and contacts with officials and general public; develop and maintain effective working relationships; communicate effectively; demonstrate physical endurance; demonstrate physical agility; perform heavy manual labor for extended periods of time and often adverse conditions; lift and move boards, planks, beams, timbers, rubble, wreckage, ruins, and other scattered remains of burning or destroyed houses, buildings, structures, vehicles, etc.; travel to and gain access to worksite; move quickly and effectively from one task to the other; lift, position, and move individuals according to establish procedure; identify and distinguish colors; operate fire equipment; maintain fitness standards.

 

EQUIPMENT OPERATED:

 

The following are examples only and are not intended to be all inclusive:

 

Fire suppression, rescue, and other emergency services tools and equipment such as fire engines, four wheel drive patrols, fire trucks, aerial ladder trucks, utility vehicles, boats, hoses, nozzles, ladders, pick-axes, chain saws, crowbars, hydraulic rescue tools, and sledgehammers and other EMT equipment, and firefighting tools; cell phone, two-way radios and other communication devices; computers, telephone, fax machines, copiers, scanners, and other standard office equipment.

 

POSITIONS SUPERVISED:

 

None.

 

Application Procedure:  Resumes/applications will be accepted at the Administrative Bldg., 670 N. State Route 123,

Lebanon, Ohio 45036.

 

Application Deadline:     February 18, 2019

 

Posted February 4, 2019

 

 

 

#GMVEMSC: FW: 2019 Drug Bag Renewal Update Clarification

**2019 Drug License Renewal Clarification**

 

 

After talking to Chief Butts, I’ve determined you do not need a SSN to do the renewal if you renew by the paperwork version of the process.  If you do the electronic process you will have to provide a SSN . 

Please e-mail me with any questions. 

 

Thanks,

Brendan

 

Brendan Deere

Drug Bag Chair

GMVEMSC

(937) 499-8757

bpdeere@premierhealth.com

 

#GMVEMSC: 2019 Drug License Update

Attached please find the 2019 drug license renewal template letter and instructions.

Please contact Brendan Deere with any questions, his information is as follows:

 

Brendan Deere

Drug Bag Chair

GMVEMSC

bpdeere@premierhealth.com

937-499-8757

 

 

Thanks!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#GMVEMSC Training: Free Advanced Stroke Care Class!

Please post & share! See attachment.

 

Still time to register for Advanced Stroke Care Class.

 

Where:                        Miami Valley Hospital North

Cost:                FREE

Date & Time:   February 7th 9A-1P

                        February 13th 5P-8P

 

RSVP:               Michelle Post mmpost@premierhealth.com

 

Elizabeth Evans

EMS Coordinator

Miami Valley Hospital

Phone: 937-208-2386

Fax: 937-223-9314

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#GMVEMSC: FW: The Ohio EMS SFY 2019-2020 Grants are now available

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OHIO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES

Ohio Emergency Medical Services

Melvin House, Executive Director

www.ems.ohio.gov

 

 

SFY 2019-2020 EMS Grants Available

Applications are due April 1 by 5:00 p.m.

 Priority One and Supplemental grants must be submitted through the EMS Grants Management System. If you have not created an account with the grants management system, you will need to register for a new account.

Priority 2-5 Research grants are also now available by going to the Ohio EMS grants website.