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2019 Stop the Bleed Classes - WakeMed Raleigh

WakeMed Health & Hospitals and CapRAC

Thursday, October 17, 2019 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)

2019 Stop the Bleed Classes - WakeMed Raleigh
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Course Registration 15 Registrations Oct 16, 2019 Free  

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Severe blood loss is one of the leading causes of preventable death.  Rapid bleeding can occur from injuries at home, at work and on the field.  Knowing how to stop rapid bleeding until emergency responders arrive can be life-saving.  In this FREE, 1-hour course, participants will learn the skills to provide immediate bleeding control when faced with an emergency.  All classes are led by the experts from the WakeMed Trauma Center & Capital Regional Advisory Committee on Trauma. 

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WakeMed Health & Hospitals
Andrews Conference Center
3024 New Bern Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27610

Thursday, October 17, 2019 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)

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WakeMed Health & Hospitals and CapRAC

WakeMed Trauma Services

Home to one of six Level I Trauma Centers, the highest designation awarded to trauma centers by the American College of Surgeons and the North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services. 

As a North Carolina designated trauma center, WakeMed provides life-saving care to the citizens of Wake County and serves as a referral center for trauma patients from surrounding counties.

Capital Regional Advisory Committee

The Capital Region Advisory Committee (CapRAC) area includes health care and disaster preparedness stakeholders in the North Carolina counties of Franklin, Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wake.

Our mission is to participate in development and maintenance of a coordinated health care system to promote optimal patient care and disaster response for all citizens within the CapRAC area.

The goal of the CapRAC is to facilitate the development, implementation, & operation of a comprehensive regional patient care system, based on accepted standards of care, in order to decrease morbidity & mortality resulting from illness & injury.

Medical Simulation Center

With patient safety and quality outcomes in mind, WakeMed Health & Hospitals offers the region's first Medical Simulation Center.

Funded by The Duke Endowment, the WakeMed Medical Simulation Center is designed to facilitate realistic multi-disciplinary clinical training and education for all levels of health care providers.

Health care providers have the opportunity to practice skills and gain clinical confidence in a controlled, yet realistic environment.

WakeMed's Medical Simulation Center is a 3,800 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility, located on the WakeMed Raleigh Campus. 

The Medical Simulation Center provides a unique training environment for health care providers throughout the region, including those affiliates with Wake AHEC, The Capital Regional Advisory Committee (CapRAC), Wake Technical Community College and the numerous hospitals that comprise the Southern Atlantic Healthcare Alliance (SAHA). 

Future expansion plans include the addition of several thousand square feet of clinical space.

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