The HealthNet Aeromedical team provides our referring agencies with many opportunities to continue their education. The majority of the courses are available at no cost and can be brought to individual facilities.
Each county in the HealthNet response area is served by a flight team member. This individual acts as a liaison for the requesting agencies in that area. Requests for continuing education can be processed through this website.
National standard program of the American Heart Association. Reviews all aspects of cardiac assessment and treatment.
Reviews the medical appropriateness criteria, patient packaging and management of a safe landing zone.
Interpretation of blood gasses and management of acid-base disturbance.
National standard program of the American College of Emergency Physicians. Provides in-depth information regarding the initial assessment, treatment and management of the trauma patient.
Overview and initial management of the burn-injured person.
Reviews basic electrocardiography and specific dysrhythmias
Reviews anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology and management of disease processes of the following body systems: cardiovascular, pulmonary, neurological, renal, gastrointestinal and endocrine.
Pathophysiology and management of MI. The program addresses current therapies aimed at reducing infarct size.
Overview and initial management of hypothermia, hyperthermia and drowning.
Recognition and initial management of common medical emergencies. Includes ARDS, GI hemorrhage, DIC, diabetes, etc.
Overview and management of common adult neurologic emergencies including head trauma, intracerebral bleeds, meningitis, etc.
National standard pediatric trauma management course sponsored by the American College of Emergency Physicians. Highlights the special needs of victims of trauma under the age of fifteen.
Reviews emergency resuscitation drugs and dosages. Addresses various formulas used to calculate medicated drips.
National standard program of the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Provides in-depth information regarding the initial assessment, treatment and management of the trauma patient.
Overview of physiological responses to systemic infection including medical management of septic shock.
Reviews common post-op emergencies and their treatment.
Reviews initial stabilization and assessment of the adult trauma victim. Includes modules on airway management, chest trauma, abdominal trauma and extremity trauma.
Overview of the interpretation of twelve lead EKGs to determine the presence of myocardial infarction.
Standard CCT program of the West Virginia Office of EMS. Prepares the student for a career in the critical care transport environment.
HealthNet can tailor a course to fit the needs of your group. We can also provide speakers for community groups such as Kiwanis and Rotary. Please contact us for more information.