Prehospital Education


​​​​​​​​​​​Sacramento County Emergency Medical Services Agency (SCEMSA) is now offering continuing education units (CEU). You must receive a score greater than 80% in order to receive CEU for each course offered.  SCEMSA will review the test and send out CEU within 30 calendar days. 

1. Sacramento County Emergency Medical Service Agency (SCEMSA) July 1, 2021, Policy Update Video and Test

Sacramento County EMS Agency Policy Update Video

Sacramento County EMS Agency Policy Update Quiz​

July 1, 2021 Update Policies​

2.  Spinal Motion Restriction (SMR)

This course has been approved for one (1) CEU by SCEMSA Provider 34-0001. You must receive an 80% or higher on the post-test in order to receive a CE certificate. The test is based on SCEMSA policy 8044-Spinal Motion Restriction (SMR) and the YouTube video.

Policy 8044- Spinal Motion Restriction (SMR)
SMR Discussion with Drs. Mackey, Shatz, and Garzon (YouTube Video)
Joint Position Statement
Post-Test

3. 12-Lead Transmission: Sharpening Our Skills: 
This course has been approved for one (1) CEU by SCEMSA Provider 34-0001. You must receive an 80% or higher on the post-test in order to receive a CE certificate.

 12-Lead Transmission: Sharpening Our Skills: PowerPoint by Dr. Kevin Mackey Medical Director Sacramento Regional Fire Services

Policy 2525- Prehospital Notification

Policy 8030- Discomfort-Pain of Suspected Cardiac Origin

Policy 8827- 12-Lead ECG

Post-Test​

 4.  COVID-19 Update Dr. Garzon and Dr. Mackey July 2020

YouTube Video COVID-19 Update Dr. Garzon and Mackey 2020

Policy #5200-Emerging Viruses-Infectious Disease

Post-Test


Base Hospital Run Reviews & Continuing Education Classes:

Kaiser Permanente Sacramento-South Base Hospital MICN/EMS Run Review 2022 Schedule

Mercy San Juan Emergency Dept. and EMS 2022 Winter Run Review - Jan. 26, 2022

Napa County EMS Symposium Virtual on Zoom​​


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