Medical Training Resources
Larimer County Search and Rescue does not offer medical
We recommend that people receive some kind of medical training, whether it be a Wilderness First Aid, Wilderness First Responder, or an EMT course. It is also important that CPR training be included.
It is imperative that a person keeps current in their medical training. Like any other discipline techniques change and evolve. A "medical technique" used ten years ago is not necessarily the "medical technique" to use today.
The following is a list of resources for medical training.
Fort Collins, Colorado
Front Range Community College
4616 S Shields
Fort Collins CO 80526-3812
Web Page: FRCC
Front Range Institute of Safety
1437 S Summit View Dr
Fort Collins CO 80524-8522
E-mail: Mark Rosoff
Web Page: Front Range Institute of Safety
Contact: Mark Rosoff
The Front Range Institute of Safety will teach courses at your site.
Courses offered: Standard First Aid, Wilderness First Aid, Wilderness First Responder, and CPR.
American Red Cross
120 Saturn Dr
Fort Collins CO 80525-3924
Web Page: Centennial Chapter
Courses Offered: CPR, First Aid, First Responder, EMT-Basic, EMT-Intraveneous Therapy, and Continuing Education for EMTs and Paramedics
Estes Park, Colorado
Aims Community College
5401 W 20th St
PO Box 69
Greeley CO 80632
Toll Free: 800-301-5388 Phone: 970-330-8008
Web Page: AIMS EMS
Courses Offered: CPR, First Aid, First Responder, EMT-Basic, EMT-Intraveneous Therapy, and other medical related courses.
Red Feather, Colorado
Red Feather Outdoor Medical Training
Web Page: Red Feather Outdoor Medical Training
Comment: A good source for wilderness medical books. Check out their store site.
Wilderness Emergency Medical Services Institute
Center for Emergency Medicine of Western Pennsylvania
230 McKee Place Suite 500
Pittsburgh PA 15213-4904
Web Page: WEMSI
WEMSI is a project of The Center for Emergency Medicine of Western Pennsylvania and The Appalachian Search and Rescue Conference
WEMSI's mission is to improve medical care for people remote from the Emergency Medical Services system. We work for improved Wilderness EMS in three ways: teaching; research; and directly providing Wilderness EMS services.