Introducing the Rural Community Paramedicine Toolkit
Time: 10:00am Pacific, 11:00am Mountain, 12:00pm Central, 1:00pm Eastern
Duration: approximately minutes
The Rural Health Information Hub and the NORC Walsh Center for Rural Health Analysis will present the Rural Community Paramedicine Toolkit, designed to support rural communities looking to build community paramedicine and mobile integrated health programs.
This webinar will provide an overview of how the community paramedicine model of care functions and benefits rural communities. It will feature existing programs that have successfully provided rural community paramedicine services and discusses lessons learned related to establishing and sustaining rural programs.
|Sarah Hodge, MPH, Principal Research Analyst, NORC Walsh Center for Rural Health Analysis|
|Matthew Walker, MHA, PharmD, Chief Executive Officer, William Bee Ririe Hospital|
|Jared Smith, MA, Program Manager, The Queen Anne's County Mobile Integrated Community Health (MICH) Program, The Queen Anne's County Department of Health|
|Dennis Russell, MEd, ATC, CSCS, NRP, United Training Center Dean, Education & Community Paramedicine Manager, United Ambulance Service/United Training Center|
|Daphne Russell, AAS, AE-C, EMT-P, Community Paramedicine Coordinator, United Ambulance Service|
This webinar is free. High-speed internet is required to participate. A recording will be available on our website after the live event. Connection details will be emailed to you immediately upon registration.
If you have questions or problems with the registration process, please contact RHIhub Webinars at email@example.com.
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