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Rice University EMS

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  1. Rice University EMS

  2. Who are we? Students responded to the first EMS call on Oct 4 1996, 18 years ago Rice EMS is now licensed by the Texas Department of State Health Services - as an ALS First Responder Org. - to offer ALS certification classes - to teach continuing education

  3. Ready to Serve • Student Volunteers • 24/7/351 • 2-3 minute response time • At least 1 person on duty, Usually between 2 and 4

  4. Rice EMS… • responds to 700-800 emergency calls annually • Staffs 2000 hours of special events coverage (athletic events, parties, and lectures) • Teaches 40 CPR and First Aid classes to 500 people

  5. Service Area • Rice Campus • Outer Loop • Village Apartments, Graduate Apartments • Kirby, Bissonnet & Main Street

  6. Who are these people?

  7. Who are these people? As of 1 April 2014, REMS members include: • 62 undergraduates • 19 alumni (volunteers and staff) • 6 part time staff • 1 full time staff 88 members 11 will graduate in May

  8. How is REMS staffed? As of 1 April 2014, REMS members include: • 56 EMT Basics • 17 Advanced EMTs • 4 Certified Paramedics • 4 Licensed Paramedics • 7 Emergency Physicians

  9. How is REMS staffed? Duty Crew – basic or advanced providers who volunteer in 12 hour shifts, 2 or 3 times a month InCharges – Advanced providers who volunteer in 24 hour shifts, 4 or 5 times a month

  10. Medical Advisory Team Mark Escott, MD, MPH, FAAEM, FACEP (Jones ‘96) Nathan Allen, MD, FAAEM (Jones ‘03) Cameron Decker, MD (Martel ‘07) Michael Gonzalez, MD, FACEP (Sid ‘93) Shane Jenks, MD Tyson Pillow, MD, M.Ed. (Will Rice ‘02)

  11. Academic Courses NSCI 281: EMT Basic certification 140 didactic hours 96 clinical hours (ER and ambulance) NSCI 282: Advanced EMT certification 178 didactic hours 136 clinical hours (ER and ambulance)

  12. Academic Courses UNIV 275: InCharge Leadership Course NSCI 289: Teaching Practicum for 281/282 NSCI 491/492: EMS Research Course

  13. Community Outreach

  14. When should I call? • Life threat • Unresponsive • Medical illness • Seizure , asthma, drugs, heat exhaustion • Injury • Broken bone, severe bleeding, car/bike accident • Psychiatric • Suicide, panic attack • It is always better to call!

  15. How do I call and what happens? • X-6000 using an on-campus phone • Cell phone - 713-348-6000 • Blue-light phones • What happens? • Dispatch • EMS/RUPD

  16. What happens after EMS arrives? • Houston Fire Dept. for transport to an emergency room • Student Health Services • Minor Care Clinic • Specialist • Care on scene, but doesn’t need additional care

  17. Do YOU know CPR?? • CPR/First Aid classes each month. • Free of charge • AHA Certification • E-mail rems-cpr@rice.edu for additional information.

  18. AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) • 37Public Access Defibrillators on campus • Open cabinet notifies EMS/RUPD Dispatch • High use areas

  19. We take our job seriously

  20. Standards Rice has a 100% pass rate in national EMT certification Rice EMS is continually Striving for Excellence National Collegiate EMS Foundation Maintaining licensure since 1996.

  21. Rice University EMS Questions?