Idaho Falls, ID — Ever wonder just how much training is required of emergency responders to maintain their licensing? Like all professionals, emergency personnel keep up on their lifesaving skills by putting in many hours of continuing education each year.

Tomorrow, AEMTs, EMTs and EMRs from all over Idaho will gather in Idaho Falls to hone their skills under instruction from EIRMC physicians and clinicians; air ambulance personnel; and regional experts on “in the field” response. The conference is designed to help them perform their jobs better, safer and faster.

Best part? It’s free to them, compliments of EIRMC. (It’s our way to thank them for the critical jobs they do pre-hospital, in getting these patients to EIRMC for definitive care.)

Media Opportunity:

What: EIRMC/ Air Idaho EMS Conference
Where: Taylorview Junior High
When: Best footage and interviews are during breakout sessions from 10:15am – 11:20am or 1:10pm – 2:15pm.

  • Practice airway management
  • Hands-on scenario challenges
  • Landing zone safety (with the helicopter)
  • Deliver a baby