CREW TRAINING

Delta County Ambulance District employees are a well trained and dedicated staff consisting of three different levels of pre-hospital EMS care, including basic life support (BLS) and advanced life support (ALS).  We have over 200 years of combined EMS experience ranging from the emergent 911incidents to critical care inter-facility transports.  Each staff member completes a system of skill competency exams, a rigorous continuous annual education program, as well as re-certification at each level every two to three years.  This is to ensure that all Delta County Ambulance District employees provide the most up to date assessments and treatments to their patients.  

RED CARD AGILITY TEST

Crew members must compleat a 3 mile run in under 45 minutes carrying additional weight.  Those that pass the agility test are able to help work in the wildfire assignments.

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AIRWAY, IMMOBILIZATIONS & CHILD RESTRAINTS

Crew members refine their skills on opening airways, immobilizing patients, and restraining children safely.

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COMMUNITY TRAINING

Due to COVID-19, all Community Training events have been postponed until further notice.  Below are some examples of past community training events.

CPR & STOP THE BLEED

Crew members teach High School students CPR and how to stop a bleed.

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BLOOD PRESSURE & CPR

Crew members at Applefest in Cedaredge train students on how to take blood pressure and Hands-Only CPR.

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