Medical training

While training for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians exam in December, Colorado Mountain College EMT students had the opportunity to practice trauma scenarios with the help of the ambulance and community partners at St. Vincent Health (SVH). The scenarios began on campus, moved through the progressions of transporting, treating and reassessing the patient in the ambulance, and concluded with transferring care to the emergency room team at SVH. From the left are CMC students Brent Denys and Andrew Holben transferring their “patient,” a medical mannequin, to St. Vincent’s emergency room.

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