Simulation in Motion Montana (SIM-MT), a renowned provider of immersive healthcare education hosted a healthcare simulation training in Terry on June 1st. This training session focused on infectious disease outbreaks and provided essential training to the administrative staff, nurses, physicians, EMTs and paramedics at Prairie Community Hospital.
The Hinsdale Ambulance volunteer emergency medical technicians (EMTs) strive to improve patient care by participating in state of the art training to recently certified and veteran EMTs as well as students. On March, 22, the crew, which included two EMT students, took part in a simulation training event facilitated by Simulation in Motion Montana, a 501c3 non-profit simulation healthcare training organization, based out of Helena, at the Hinsdale Ambulance barn.
PABLO — SIM-MT, a leading provider of healthcare simulation education, recently conducted two trainings in partnership with Salish Kootenai Community College to provide critical training to Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and nursing students. The trainings were held on April 5th and April 6th, and focused on Pediatric Respiratory Arrest Simulations as well as Geriatric Simulation focusing on communication and patient assessment for dementia patients.
Simulation in Motion Montana is partnering with The Montana Hospital Association (MHREF) to provide rural healthcare EMS and hospitals with simulation training events free of charge. The events are designed to provide multi-facility experiences within a community or region. Recently, the SIM-MT was in Sheridan, MT implementing one of these events. The unique and interdisciplinary nature of the event caught the attention of the local news. Check it out!
In addition to attention from KBZK, The Three Forks Voice also did a story on the SIM-MT training event that occurred in October 2022. SIM-MT worked with the local EMS system on necessary training to keep their skills fresh in order to best serve their community.
Recognizing that SIM-MT is a leading provider in healthcare simulation training in Montana, the Montana Family Physicians' Magazine asked SIM-MT to submit an article about the importance of simulation training in rural Montana.
Last weekend, SIM-MT had a chance to work with Three Forks' EMT crew. The event was covered by the local news due to the impact the training will have on the Three Forks community. This was an extra special event as it was sponsored by Ressler Audi as they share SIM-MT's commitment to serving rural communities across Montana.
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