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London, United Kingdom
The Trinitas Regional Medical Center Emergency Care Symposium is designed to help emergency medical personnel improve their professional performance in the field. This symposium will benefit EMS field providers and Emergency Department personnel. Continuing education credits (6 hrs.) will be provided for New Jersey Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics and Registered Nurses. (CEUs approval pending). A light breakfast and buffet lunch will be provided. For questions and special dietary needs please call (908) 994-8431 or email Rashidah Peyton at RPeyton@Trinitas.org.
There is no cost for participating in this program.
Bomb Threat Management - Sgt. Robert Kreisberg, Union County Bomb Squad
Care of the Stroke Patient - R. Matossian, MD & Terri Finamore, RN
Stress in EMS - J. McTernan, DHSc, NRP, FACHE
Maintaining an Airway - Daryl Gruenhagen, RN
Active Shooter - J. Bush, MPA, MICP
Emerging Topics in Emergency and Pre-Hospital Care - J. D'Angelo, DO, MD, R. Matossian, MD
Elizabeth Fire Department EMS will be honored at this years symposium.
This conference is made possible by generous grants from the Elizabethtown Healthcare Foundation
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Trinitas Regional Medical Center
Established in January, 2000, following the consolidation of St. Elizabeth Hospital and Elizabeth General Medical Center, Trinitas Regional Medical Center is a full-service healthcare facility serving those who live and work in Eastern and Central Union County.
Operating on two major campuses, Trinitas Regional Medical Center has 554 beds, including a 120-bed long-term care center. Trinitas Regional Medical Center is proud to offer state-of-the-art medicine backed by compassion and competence.
Our friendly, professional staff and skilled physicians are the foundation of the care we provide. Together, our medical team offers the community the most advanced technological care in every area of medicine and surgery.
Utilizing a full spectrum of sophisticated inpatient, outpatient and long-term care services, Trinitas Regional Medical Center is proud to have forged a lifelong partnership with families, physicians and communities to provide the best care in a supportive and caring environment. We treat over 17,000 inpatients annually, 70,000 emergency patients, and several hundred thousand outpatients.
Trinitas Regional Medical Center is pleased to offer a number of Centers of Excellence and specialized major services, including Behavioral Health,Bloodless Medicine, Cancer Care, Cardiology, Diabetes Management,Maternal and Child Health, Renal Services, School of Nursing, Senior Services, Sleep Disorders, Women's Services, Wound Healing and more.
A Catholic teaching hospital, Trinitas Regional Medical Center is sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth in partnership with Elizabethtown Healthcare Foundation.