The Capital Medical Reserve Corps comprises of medical and non-medical volunteers that are trained to assist during special events, public health emergencies, and disasters. The Capital Medical Reserve Corps serves the five county region of the CapRAC Healthcare Preparedness Coalition (Franklin, Harnett, Johnston, Lee, and Wake counties) but are capable of deploying anywhere in the state when requested.
The Capital Medical Reserve Corps will be conducting training to further increase the capabilities of members to perform tasks that have been identified as being essential skills in recent special events, public health emergencies, and disasters.
These skill labs are intended to provide a basic overview of specific tasks members could be asked to perform during events.
Thu. Dec 12, 2019 6pm - 9pm
CapRAC Warehouse - Wake County
900 Management Way, Garner NC 27529
||Capital Healthcare Preparedness Region
||TBD, To Be Determined
|# Open Seats
|# on Wait List
Offering Specific Information
This course will include the following topics and curriculum:
- Scene safety
- Recognizing that you need help
- Patient assessment
- Slips trips and falls / Trauma
- Hypo and hyper thermia
- The three killers
- Control bleeding
- Recognizing heart attacks and strokes
- Drug overdose
- Allergic reactions
Also During this course participants will complete the national Stop the Bleed course, and licensed medical professionals will have the opportunity to complete the national Stop the Bleed Train the Trainer course