Yesterday, 2:40 PM ET
We are LIVE with Greg Taylor, Base Manager at our newest base, LIFE FORCE 6, in Murphy/Andrews, North Carolina. Today is our first official day at our new base. You can learn more about LIFE FORCE by visiting www.lifeforceairmed.com.
August 11, 10:30 AM ET
Earlier this week, the Cardiac Cath Lab team at Southern Tennessee Regional Health System at Winchester and LIFE FORCE 5 completed the annual Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump Drill. Thanks to the cardiac team and flight crew for making this training exercise a success.
August 9, 3:37 PM ET
Registration is now open for our Fall 16-Hour Critical Care Paramedic Refresher on September 12th and 13th, with an OPTIONAL additional class on September 14th for even more CEs and hands-on experience for attendees. The refresher is FREE to attend, but you must pre-register. Space is limited, so please register early. Registered Nurses are also encouraged to attend.
NEW THIS FALL: If you would like to earn an additional eight hours of CEs (for 14 total hours), you may sign up to attend the optional Critical Care Procedures and Scenario Day hosted on September 14th. This day is OPTIONAL. If you chose to participate in the Scenario Day, you MUST pre-register, and you must attend the full session to receive the eight additional credit hours.
For more information and to register, please visit www.lifeforceairmed.com/criticalcarerefresh
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August 7, 11:30 AM ET
Don't forget -- The LIFE FORCE Sporting Clay Classic is Saturday, August 19th at Garland Mountain Sporting Clays. Registration is open and you can sign up as an individual, or a team of four. Breakfast, lunch and goodie bag will be provided -- be sure to sign up early to make sure you receive an event t-shirt. If you are coming to watch, you can also purchase an event t-shirt at this link, too.
Sign up at http://www.lifeforceairmed.com/clayshoot
July 24, 4:28 PM ET
Today, LIFE FORCE 6 completed the North Carolina state inspection, a step that enables us to serves patients in the Cherokee County and surrounding areas starting in mid-August. When the aircraft arrived at Erlanger Hospital last Wednesday, it was a blank slate equipment-wise and countless hours have gone into preparing it for today's inspection. Pictured are Greg Taylor, LIFE FORCE 6 Base Manager, and Shane Turner, Flight Paramedic.
July 19, 2:53 PM ET
LIFE FORCE 6 arrives at Erlanger Health System today! Over the next few days we will stock and equip the aircraft to prepare for inspection and eventual relocation to our newest base in Andrews, North Carolina.
July 15, 10:46 AM ET
LIFE FORCE was honored to participate in the Chattanooga Heroes Run / Walk honoring the fallen five, by flying over after the National Anthem was sung. We are also proud of our Event Medicine folks helping out at the event today. We are #noogastrong
July 7, 10:24 AM ET
On Monday, Joyce Moyer's father and daughter reunited with first responders who saved Joyce's life after a near-fatal car accident on Interstate 40 in Putnam County. The LIFE FORCE 2 crewmembers who responded on-scene were Stephan Charles, Pilot, Susan Musilli, Flight Nurse, Corey Guy, Flight Paramedic, and Flight Communicators who asnwered the call in the Erlanger Regional Operations Center were Wendy Thurman and Andy Lopez.. Thanks to the great teamwork by all agencies involved, Joyce is on the road to recovery.
Interested in telling your LIFE FORCE story or sending a message to your crew? Contact us at www.lifeforceairmed.com/yourstory