EMS Outreach Classes
Emergency Services Outreach is a support and educational resource for healthcare professionals and the general public in Mesa County and western Colorado communities. St. Mary's Emergency Services Outreach is a Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment-approved training center.
St. Mary's Emergency Services Outreach Classes
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ST. MARY'S EMPLOYEES: Click here to register for ENPC, TNCC, and ATLS courses via St. Mary's intranet. Or go to St. Mary's intranet and click Education, Class/Training Registration, Registration Site, Find Course Offerings. Do not use the registration process below.
Please call 970-298-7454 if you have questions about the Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC) and the Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC).
Please call Danette Lurvey, RN, at 970-298-7683 or Querita Bennett at 298-7454 if you have questions about the ATLS provider - initial, reverification & auditor courses. If a class isn't listed it is not currently available.
ACLS, PALS, BLS (CPR for health care), Arrhythmia Courses, 12 Lead, CPR/FA for the general public, BTLS/PHTLS, Instructor courses, Medication Administration Courses
Many of these courses are provided by private companies/individuals and colleges on the western slope:
Community Hospital: please call (970) 256-6196 or visit their website at www.yourcommunityhospital.com/clinicalEd.cfm
Professional EMS Education, please call (970) 254-8135 or visit their website at www.professionalemseducation.com
Regional EMS Training Group, please call (970) 257-9080 or 970-261-7946 (messages) or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Delta Montrose Vo-Tech, please call (970) 874-6571 or visit their website at www.DMTC.edu
American Red Cross (970) 242-4851
EMT Basic, Intermediate, & Paramedic Programs and refresher courses are provided by many colleges on the western slope:
Mesa State College - (970) 248-1721
Delta Montrose Vo-Tech - (970) 874-6571
Colorado Mountain College in Rifle, Carbondale, Edwards, Aspen & Steamboat Springs
Colorado Northwestern Community College in Rangely (970) 675-2261
Gunnison Hospital EMS Division (970) 641-7276
Safety Programs for Students
St. Mary's EMS Outreach works with local fire and health departments and traffic safety councils to design and present a variety of school programs, including bicycle and skateboard safety, seatbelt use, and driving and alcohol use.
Sadie the Safety-Saurus is the perfect tool to help kids understand the importance of safety and promoting injury prevention. Sadie can be programmed to be interactive with kids about any injury subjects, including but not limited to; seat belt, bicycle, helmet, playground, stranger and street safety.
For further information or to schedule "Sadie" please contact Danette Lurvey, RN at (970) 298-7683 or visit Sadie's website at www.kohlssafetysaurus.com.
As part of the five-county Northwest Regional EMS Council, St. Mary's EMS Outreach works with other western Colorado emergency services, local governments, and trauma advisory councils to prepare mass casualty plans, develop local instructor networks, and initiate community safety programs.