The only field blood transfusion program of its type which is being pioneered by Cypress Creek EMS and the ESD 48 Fire Department is the cover story in this month’s EMS World Magazine. The read the article click here. Speaking of the blood program, we are getting ready to test a new fluid warming system…
On March 1, 2017, CCEMS was one of several emergency agencies that participated in a “Shattered Lives” program at Tomball High School. Students watched as a horrific distracted driving accident played out in front of their eyes.
Chris Wehe (pronounced Way) is the Volunteer of the Month for February 2017. Chris started with CCEMS in June of 2013 as a non-medical driver. In November of 2013, Chris obtained his EMT-Basic Certification. Recently, Chris attended the latest Basic In Charge Academy and is close to completing the requirements. Chris was chosen for this…
On January 3rd, Cypress Creek EMS in partnership with the South East Regional Advisory Council (SETRAC) provided its first ever Bleeding Control class to the general public and it was a tremendous success….
On Monday Evening, December 19, Cypress Creek EMS Tactical Medics trained more than 60 Klein firefighters how to stop severe bleeding with manufactured tourniquets and proper wound packing techniques.
The Cypress Creek Tactical Medic Team assists the regional coalition of Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force during the arrests of Internet predators who solicit children online.
What if they were as many people trained in Bleeding Control (B-Con) as there are people trained to perform CPR?