Challis Health Center Trains for Emergencies

Challis EMTs, Clinic Staff, Air St. Luke's Train for Emergencies

Challis Area Health Center recently honed their emergency preparedness skills in conjunction with local EMTs and Air St. Luke's. Using Idaho's Time Sensitive Emergency (TSE) accident simulations, participants trained in the field, classroom and emergency room. 

Kate Taylor, clinic administer, organized the training which brought together EMTs and mid-level providers to learn how to respond to emergencies together.

In an area like Challis, extreme weather and remoteness pose unique challenges. Read the full article by the Challis Messenger. 

 

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