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AMR San Bernardino County Trains 4,391 People on Compression Only CPR - The second annual American Medical Response (AMR) World CPR Challenge rolled across the U.S. Wednesday, May 21. AMR teams from 80 operational locations came together for one mission: to teach people how to save a life by learning compression-only CPR. At 175 events in 28 states, AMR professionals trained 61,883 people during the 24-hour event, beating their 2013 record by more than 6,000.
In San Bernardino County AMR trained 4,391. AMR paramedics, EMTs and support team members trained participants in compression-only CPR at 4 separate training events held in the county; including schools and a baseball game.
ICEMA would like to congratulate AMR who was selected as a silver award winner in 12th Annual American Business Awards in the category of "Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year - More Than 2,500 Employees" for the 2013 AMR World CPR Challenge. More than 3,300 companies of all sizes and industries were nominated so, being selected as the silver winner is a great honor. You can read about it in the news release at http://www.emsworld.com/press.
While the AMR CPR Challenge is a one-day event, AMR professionals teach compression-only CPR throughout the year. Contact your local AMR operation to find out where you can learn this lifesaving skill.
2014 NACo Achievement Award for ICEMA Health Information Network - Inland Counties Emergency Medical Agency (ICEMA) was recognized by the National Association of Counties (NACo) for its innovative program to improve services to county residents titled "ICEMA Health Information Network". ICEMA submitted the program in category "health". The 2014 NACo Achievement Award winners were announced by NACo on June 12, 2014 and are available on the NACo website at www.NACO.org for review. This marks the third such prestigious award ICEMA has received from NACo over the past three years with prior winning submissions from ICEMA that included Cardiovascular "STEMI" Receiving Centers (2012) and the Neurovascular Stroke Receiving Centers (2013).
The ICEMA Health Information Network was created to collect and share information between healthcare providers and organizations participating in patient care throughout San Bernardino County. Started in 2010, the ICEMA Health Information Network provides a centralized access and collection point for the accumulation of prehospital and specialty care documentation, ensures data consistency and interoperability between EMS providers and enables processes necessary to improve prehospital and specialty care provided in San Bernardino County.
Neurovascular Stroke Receiving Center (NSRC) Award