Maine is the newest state to embrace CALS as a program for improving rural health outcomes and quality. Guy Nuki, MD of Bluewater Emergency Partners, approached CALS in 2017 about conducting a course for the critical access hospitals in Maine. It is the first formal CALS program on the East Coast. The first class was held in May in the Portland, ME area, and the feedback from hospital clinical leaders who attended the course was that CALS would be an excellent course for all the rural and community hospitals. As of November 2022, 3 Trauma Module courses and 9 CALS 2-day Provider Courses have been held in several New England States (Maine, Massachusetts and Vermont).
Montana CALS Leaders Honored at Nat’l Rural Health Day
Montana CALS Leaders Honored
CALS REFUND Policy (effective 07/01/21)
CALS REFUND Policy (07/01/21)
Alaska Healthcare Professionals Gather For Rural Emergency Medical Training
By MAGGIE NELSON In resource-constrained environments like rural Alaska, time and education can mean the difference between life and death. https://www.kucb.org/post/alaska-healthcare-professionals-gather-rural-emergency-medical-training#stream/0 In mid-October of...
In Memoriam — Ernie Ruiz, MD
Ernie Ruiz MD Passes Away — Father of Emergency Medicine
CALS Certificate Extension–Response to COVID19
CALS Certificate Extension---Response to COVID 19 Comprehensive Advanced Life Support (CALS) Program continues to monitor the effects of the COVID 19 pandemic and is modifying operations as necessary to accommodate the new and evolving demands being placed on...