Join us for the next edition of Gallatin County EMS Grand Rounds. Grand Rounds is a continuing education course directed by Dr. Eric Lowe, an emergency medicine physician practicing in Bozeman, Montana with a strong interest in prehospital medicine. He is the medical director for EMS services in Gallatin County, MT, with responsibility for first response agencies, air and ground transport services, as well as local ski patrols and back-country search and rescue.
EMS Grand Rounds takes place once a quarter and covers everything from stroke to airway management, involving discussion and practice of the topic of focus. Each course is different but is taught at all provider levels with hands-on practice making up the majority of the time.
CE Credits: 2 hours
***This class can be counted towards "Local Hours" for any providers associated with agencies under Dr. Lowe's medical direction who are planning to re-certify using the NREMT's NCCP recertification model.
***This class can be counted towards "Local Hours" for any providers associated with agencies under Dr. Lowe's medical direction who are planning to recertify using the NREMT's NCCP recertification model.
Note: If Gallatin County EMS Grand Rounds does not show up in the course menu to the left, that means the next course has not yet been scheduled. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.