On Saturday, January 25th, attorneys David Daggett and Griff Shuler of Daggett Shuler Law discussed the Guilford County EMS (GCEMS) Paramedic Academy with host Jim Longworth on Triad Today. Captain Kerry Cross of the GCEMS was their guest. Watch the segment:
Captain Cross is the EMS Training Supervisor for the Academy. He reviewed the rigorous curriculum students at the Academy study over the 10-month program. This includes anatomy & physiology, cardiology, trauma management, pulmonology, and psychology, among other topics. The students truly receive a well-rounded education, preparing them to serve the county and the emergency medical needs of its residents.
David Daggett has been a guest lecturer at the Academy for several years, and reviews legal topics with the students, including mitigating risk and emphasizing the importance of proper medical documentation. While always enthusiastic about the level of commitment and dedication that the students display, he is particularly impressed with this year’s class.
Griff Shuler emphasized the importance of having quality first responders in every community, especially at motor vehicle accident scenes, given that proper emergency medical treatment can make all the difference in a person’s life. He has great confidence in the Academy’s program and discussed the fact that the Guilford County community truly depends on the GCEMS and their services.
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