Please note: Tonight's scheduled EMT-Basic course has been cancelled due to the weather. It is rescheduled for Thursday, March 5th, weather permitting.
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Patient information meet and greets for patients having surgery as well as for those seeking information about our program. Call 1-800-516-3657 to register for free.
Danbury Hospital Robilotti Center
Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers – Class is for RN’s, MD’s, medical and nursing students, as well as anyone who needs a card.
The first step to becoming a volunteer at New Milford Hospital! This orientation session is anyone over the age of 16.
New Milford, CT
Emergency Training Resources far exceeds the requirements for state and national EMS programs.
The first step to becoming a volunteer at Danbury Hospital! This orientation session is for students only, ages 16-18.
This ACLS class is for recertifying students only. To attend this course you must have a cuurent ACLS & CPR certification card.
Danbury Hospital - John Creasy Auditorium
The first step to becoming a volunteer at Danbury Hospital! This orientation session is for adults only, ages 19 and older.
Participants will include OB/GYN residents, medical students, physician professors and researchers and other members of the research and healthcare communities from across Connecticut and nearby New York. The integration of research and education is crucial in developing future cutting edge physicians. Registration is required no later than September 9th
The PALS Provider course is designed for healthcare providers who initiate and direct advanced life support beyond basic life support through the stabilization or transport phase of a pediatric emergency, either in ot out of the hospital.In this course you will enhance your skills in the evaluaion and management of an infant or child with respiratory, circulatory compromise or cardiac arrest.
Western Connecticut Health Network EMS is pleased to announce it will host its annual continuing medical education program, entitled "Connect Life with Learning."
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