STOP THE BLEED Instructors from Cypress Creek EMS and four HCA Gulf Coast Hospitals taught 85 health science students how to control severe bleeding in a two-hour class at Spring ISD’s Westfield High School. This training session is the first in a series of classes for the public leading up to National Stop The Bleed Day…
On National Stop The Bleed day (March 31) and during the week leading up to it, Cypress Creek EMS has scheduled multiple classes at various hours of the day to teach as many people as possible how to control severe bleeding and save lives…..
Our January Volunteer of the Month hasn’t been at CCEMS for long, but she’s made quite an impression. Courtney Reed is an EMT-Basic who officially became a volunteer on September 12, 2017. Before that, during her probationary period, she helped out during Hurricane Harvey…..
Thanks so much to the members of the Sewing and Vacuum Warehouse Quilt Club for your generous donation of ambulance animals to help comfort children who end up in one of our ambulances….
Recently, an elderly couple who called for help got more assistance than they expected. The Cypress Creek crew lifted the man up out of his shower chair, but they also installed a new mailbox….
in 2017, Cypress Creek’s four nationally certified car seat inspectors along with Klein Fire Department inspector Brittney Hoover inspected 202 car seats. The inspections are done by appointment every Wednesday at the Charles R. Hooks Education Center….
The February Issue of the Journal of Emergency Medical Services or JEMS features a detailed article on the Cypress Creek EMS/Harris County ESD 48 Fire Department Whole Blood Field Transfusion program. It is the only program of its type in the entire country.
Congratulations to the CCEMS Volunteer of the Month for December, Stephan Kieval. Stephan is an EMT-Basic and has been a volunteer since October 24, 2016. Since joining CCEMS he has donated 395 hours of his time including a 12-hour shift during the flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey…