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REMSA Announces Nevada Stars of LIfe

Meet the 2019 Nevada Stars of Life from REMSA and Care Flight: Vanessa Coyle Markus Dorsey-Hirt Matt Hauth Kenny Kitts Daniel Moriarty Jennifer Walters This group of outstanding mobile healthcare professionals was selected for their high performance, dedication, clinical excellence and important contributions to the EMS industry. Recently, they were recognized at the Nevada Legislature […]

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Health and Safety Tips for Finals and Graduation

Congratulations to all of the graduating seniors at the University of Nevada, Reno! Adam Heinz, Director at REMSA, offers some health and safety tips about how to take care of yourself through finals week and to make sure your graduation celebrations are safe.

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Avalanche Safety

Mountains attract climbers, skiers, snowmobilers and outdoor enthusiasts hoping to conquer the slopes. Yet, this kind of recreation brings its own set of risks. Each year, avalanches claim more than 150 lives worldwide, a number that has been increasing over the past few decades. Thousands more are caught in avalanches, partly buried or injured. REMSA […]

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Save the Heart You Love This February

Care for your heart and the hearts you love Every month is a good month to take care of your heart. But in February, for Valentine’s Day and in celebration of American Heart Month, REMSA is making it easier and more fun to Save the Heart You Love. There’s no better way to show your love […]

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stay safe this winter

Winter Safety Tips and Trivia

With the possibility of a winter storm system moving through the area, we wanted to remind you about some general winter safety tips and trivia! Winter Fun Facts In 2014, in the U.S., there were 42,480 workplace injuries and illnesses involving ice, sleet, or snow that required at least one day away from work to […]

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New Year Fitness Goals? Learn How to Stay Safe While Exercising

Starting an exercise program is a feat that should be congratulated and admired. However, it is also something that should be done with thought and concern. It is important to implement an appropriate exercise program that is safe and conducive to an individual’s health. Often, individuals try to do too much, causing serious injuries when […]

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REMSA Trains and Graduates 16 Paramedics

The Regional Emergency Medical Services Authority (REMSA) Center for Prehospital Education is pleased to announce that 16 students successfully completed the organization’s 12-month paramedic program. The program builds on the existing knowledge and skills of an emergency medical technician (EMT) or an advanced emergency medical technician (AEMT). To complete the program, students must master advanced […]

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REMSA and Care Flight Welcome Deborah Kotrady as Clinical Education Nurse

The Regional Emergency Medical Services Authority (REMSA) announces the appointment of Deborah Kotrady, RN, as a clinical education nurse for REMSA and Care Flight. In this role, Kotrady is responsible for conducting education and orientation seminars for REMSA and Care Flight’s new nurse education program. “We are very pleased to welcome Deborah to the REMSA and Care Flight […]

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