Please see the following document for the new mandatory training requirements for EMT Certificate Renewal: pdf EMT Mandatory Training Requirements (338 KB)
Mountain-Valley EMS Agency is pleased to release the following Request for Proposals for 9-1-1 Emergency Ground Ambulance Services with Advanced Life Support and Basic Life Support Transport in Stanislaus County.
PLEASE CHECK THIS SITE OFTEN FOR DOCUMENT UPDATES AND/OR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AS THEY ARE RELEASED.
Mountain-Valley EMS Agency is pleased to provide the approved timeline for the upcoming review, evaluation and award of RFP# MVEMS-2018-12.
Please see the following memo from the Agency Executive Director announcing the start date for designated Primary Stroke Centers in Stanislaus County: pdf Primary Stroke Center Start Date Memo (326 KB)
Here are the MCI Training Requirements for EMRs and EMTs effective January 1, 2017:
The Mountain-Valley EMS Agency FREE App provides offline access to the MVEMSA protocols and supporting materials.
- Quick indexed lookup of protocols in a matter of seconds
- Favorites tab for quick access of what's important to you
- Contacts tab for quick access to emergency contact numbers
- REMEMBER to check for updates within the application
The FREE App is NOW available at the following links:
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) training that includes real-time audiovisual feedback and that emphasizes a "pit crew" or team approach to prehospital care for cardiac arrest patients has been shown to increased survival by almost 60 percent.
The results of a clinical trial of scenario-based training were published online yesterday in Annals of Emergency Medicine ("The Influence of Scenario-Based Training and Real-Time Audiovisual Feedback on Pre-hospital Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Quality and Survival from Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest").
MVEMSA has developed a short video to introduce the concept of Pit Crew CPR.
The Practical Examination Workbook for the First Responder and EMT is now available for download from the MVEMSA website. The workbook is in PDF-format so you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open and view it. Use the following link to download a copy:
Copies of the workbook are also available for purchase in the MVEMSA office. Please call the office for information on how to purchase a copy.