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National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians Courses (NAEMT)

Equipping First Responders with vital skills to deliver top-tier care in critical situations.

Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Course

Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Course

The NAEMT (National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians) Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) course is a vital program for healthcare professionals, particularly those in emergency medical roles, aimed at elevating their ability to deliver top-tier trauma care. This course is dedicated to arming first responders with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage traumatic injuries in prehospital settings.

The core objective of the PHTLS course is to enhance patient outcomes and diminish mortality in trauma cases.

 

It achieves this by focusing on the following critical components:

  1. Assessment and Prioritization: Participants learn to perform rapid yet thorough trauma assessments, enabling them to identify life-threatening injuries and establish care priorities.

  2. Patient Stabilization: The course covers techniques for managing airway, breathing, and circulation issues, along with providing interventions for shock and hemorrhage control.

  3. Hands-On Skills: PHTLS emphasizes hands-on training, enabling participants to practice and refine their skills in a simulated environment. This includes techniques like immobilization, wound management, and spinal stabilization.

  4. Multidisciplinary Approach: The course fosters effective communication and teamwork among various healthcare providers, ensuring seamless patient care from the incident scene to the hospital.

  5. Adaptability: PHTLS equips responders to adapt their trauma management skills to various situations, from car accidents and falls to gunshot wounds and explosions.

Completion of the NAEMT PHTLS course empowers participants with a comprehensive grasp of trauma care principles and the confidence to apply them in the field. This valuable training ultimately results in improved patient outcomes, reduced morbidity, and a higher standard of prehospital trauma care. In turn, this leads to a greater likelihood of survival and improved quality of life for those impacted by traumatic injuries. Upon successful completion of the course, students receive a certificate of completion, a wallet card recognizing them as PHTLS providers for 4 years, and 16 hours of CAPCE credit. 

Event Information

Event Date 03-16-2024 9:00 am
Event End Date 03-16-2024 5:00 pm
Cut Off Date 03-16-2024 5:00 pm
Capacity 20
Individual Price Contact Us to Inquire About Classes
Location BVAC Rescue Response Training Center

Venue Information - BVAC Rescue Response Training Center

BVAC Rescue Response Training Center
214-29 42nd Ave
Bayside, NY 11361

Located on the Second Floor, No Elevator.

Located in the center of Bayside Queens

1 block east from Bell Blvd on 42nd Ave (Cross streets - Bell Blvd & 214 Place.

Near the LIRR (Bayside Station), Q13, Q31, N20 (Two blocks north of Northern BLVD).

 Street Parking - Meter Parking on 42nd Ave

  • Meter Parking - 25 cents per 15 minutes - 2-hour limit. (Free Parking on Sundays)
  • Bayside Municipal Parking Field (41st Avenue & 214th Place, Bayside NY 11361)
  • Free Street Parking - One Block Past of Bell Blvd East & West.

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214-29 42nd Avenue

Bayside, New York 11361

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 610606

Bayside, New York 11361

Phone: + 1 (718) 631-3333
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