KEMH staff accredited in emergency cardiac care
The Bermuda Hospitals Board has been officially designated as an international training centre for emergency cardiac care courses by the American Heart Association.
Twenty-one hospital staff have earned their accreditation as instructors for basic life support courses, while a further six are accredited for teaching advanced cardiovascular life support courses.
Chief of Emergency Services Edward Schultz said: Achieving this designation confirms BHBs commitment to saving lives.
Cardiac disease is Bermudas number one killer of men and women. Being an ITC means our staff members are being trained to respond in line with international best practices.
I congratulate the education services team and others at BHB for their continued dedication to improving hospital services, expanding their knowledge base and making patient care and safety their top priority.
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