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TRAINING and I.S.T.


The MCRS has a S.C. DHEC approved In-Service program to recertify our members and employees.  The program is directed by Training Officer Charlie Williams, and Dr. Shaukat Iftikcar serves as Medical Control Director. 

The MCRS' program is a one-year recertification program at the EMT, EMT-I and EMT-P levels.  Classes are offered three times each month. 


In our on-going effort to be the best we can be, all Employees are required to carry certifications beyond what is required by DHEC.  Below is a chart explaining what is required of different certification levels by DHEC-EMS, and what is required by the MCRS.

CERTIFICATION LEVEL REQUIRED BY DHEC-EMS REQUIRED BY MCRS
PARAMEDIC ACLS, CPR ACLS, PALS, PEPP, BTLS, CPR
EMT-I CPR BTLS, PEPP, CPR
EMT CPR BTLS, CPR

All Full-Time employees are required to carry an active card in the courses listed above.  Although not required, all employees are encouraged to take these classes each year.


*UPCOMING CLASSES*

Check here often for updated lists of scheduled classes.

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2008  I.S.T. SCHEDULE

  All Classes Will be Conducted in the Training Room at the MCR's Base Station in Bennettsville.

MONTH DAY DATES TIMES
JANUARY AIRWAY MANAGEMENT & VENTILATION
Tuesday 15th 1800-2100
Saturday 19th 0900-1200
Monday 21st 1800-2100
FEBRUARY VENOUS ACCESS / MEDS ADMIN./ PHARMACOLOGY
Saturday 9th 0900-1200
Monday 11th 1800-2100
Thursday 14th 1800-2100
MARCH PATIENT ASSESSMENT / DOCUMENTATION
Tuesday 18th 1800-2100
Saturday 22nd 0900-1200
Monday 24th 1800-2100
APRIL MUSCULOSKELETAL / ABD / THORACIC TRAUMA
Saturday 12th 0900-1200
Monday 14th 1800-2100
Thursday 17th 1800-2100
May ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS / CARDIOLOGY
Tuesday 20th 1800-2100
Saturday 24th 0900-1200
Monday 26th 1800-2100
June GYNECOLOGY / OBSTETRICS
Tuesday 10th 1800-2100
Saturday 26th 0900-1200
Monday 23rd 1800-2100
July NEONATOLOGY / PEDIATRICS / GERIATRICS
Tuesday 22nd 1800-2100
Saturday 26th 0900-1200
Monday 28th 1800-2100
August HAZ MAT / CRIME SCENE AWARENESS
Monday 4th 1800-2100
Thursday (MakeUp) 21st 1800-2100
September WELL BEING OF EMT / MEDICAL LEGAL / ETHICS
Monday 8th 1800-2100
Make Up TBA
October HEMORR. & SHOCK / SOFT TISSUE TRAUMA / BURNS
Monday 6th 1800-2100
Make Up TBA
November HEAD & FACIAL TRAUMA / SPINAL TRAUMA
Monday 3rd 1800-2100
Make Up TBA
December HEMATOLOGY / TOXICOLOGY
Monday 1st 1800-2100
Make Up TBA

 


THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION'S CHAIN OF SURVIVAL


 

Pictures from the disaster drill held at the Marlboro County High School on Thursday, June 3, 2004.  MCR Paramedics JoJo Turbeville and Bryan Turner suited up in Level A's and entered the "hot zone".  MCR Paramedic Supervisor Greg Boan manned the Command Center, as Paramedic Mark Player, and EMTs Erick Flowers and Jody Hood performed rehab.  Paramedic Olantha Jackson and EMT Dana Robinson treated "patients".  (Some Photos courtesy of Gray Bostick).

 

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This web site was last updated on   7/17/09    12:15PM