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2008 CAREFLITE EMERGENCY CARE UPDATE CONFERENCE WELL ATTENDED

 

        

CareFlite’s 2008 Emergency Care Update Conference was held June 23rd and 24th at the Arlington Convention Center . Over 500 people participated in this year’s conference and in the award ceremony for the 2008 Great First Responder Awards cosponsored by CareFlite and the North Central Texas Trauma Regional Advisory Council. More information on CareFlite’s education programs can be obtained from Kelly Wolfe EMT-P, CareFlite’s Education Manager.

A special thanks to the sponsors of the 2008 CareFlite Emergency Care Update Conference: Agusta Westland, Arlington Memorial Hospital, Baylor Health Care System, Bank of America, Diversified Healthcare Corporation, Finance Resources Group, Frost Bank, Harris Methodist Hospitals, JPS Health Network, Kelly Hart & Hallman, Methodist Health System, Parkland Health and Hospital System, Pratt and Whitney, Presbyterian Healthcare, and Uniflight.

About the Conference: Each year CareFlite holds a free education conference for first responders and hospital critical care providers offering continuing education credits and the latest and greatest in the world of pre-hospital care. Nationally known speakers address current topics. This year’s conference also included a separate billing and documentation compliance track. The dates for next year’s conference will be announced in the fall.  

 

 

 

Some of the winners of the 2008 Great First Responders Award on June 23, 2008 with Chip Waggoner of Channel 4 News (left) and Leigh Anne Bedrich – Chair of NCTTRAC (in Flower Mound FD uniform) and Jan Cody RN, LP – Vice President of CareFlite (right).

 

About the Great First Responder Awards program: First Responders are chosen from and by their department to be honored for service above and beyond the call of duty. Someone who went the extra mile. Someone who is always there when needed. Someone who should be recognized for a particular act of heroism or many years of faithful service to their community. That’s a Great First Responder. This program is jointly sponsored by CareFlite and the North Central Texas Trauma Regional Advisory Council.