The application period has been extended for the governor appointed seat under Idaho Statute 56-1027 (2)(g):
"One (1) administrator of an Idaho hospital that either holds or is seeking Idaho trauma, stroke or heart attack designation;"
Please send nominations along with a CV/resume and a governor appointed application to email@example.com by Friday, August 9th. Please contact the TSE Program Staff, if you have any questions or concerns.
The Idaho TSE Stroke Education for EMS module is now available on the TRAIN Idaho website for EMS providers to earn 1hr of CEU. Click on the link below and type in the search field "Idaho TSE Stroke Education for EMS". Then click on the Launchbutton to load the assessment. Once completed, you can print your certificate. Please contact Maegan Kautz at (208) 334-4904 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org, if assistance is needed.
Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center
999 N Curtis Rd
Trauma Office, Ste. 407
Boise, ID 83706
9am - 10:30am
The Idaho TSE System meetings are open meetings, and the public is invited to attend. For additional information or to contact the TSE Council...
Contact: Maegan Kautz
Program Specialist, Idaho TSE Program
Telephone: (208) 334-4904
Thursday, November 7th - Saturday, November 9th - 2019 Ski & Mountain Trauma Conference hosted by Saint Alphonsus. Click here to view the conference's details and highlights. Register today by visiting www.ski-mtn-trauma.com.
Friday, November 15th - Sunday, November 17th - TSE Region 2 North-Central is hosting an Active Threat Integrated Response Course (ATIRC)/Warm Zone Rescue Training. This three day course is designed to improve integration among law enforcement, fire, and EMS in active shooter events. Ten to fifteen volunteers are needed to role play on November 17th! Please contact Terry Cochran email@example.com for more information.
Feel free to send in your informational flyer to TSE to post about your upcoming community event.
Welcome to the Idaho Time Sensitive Emergency System website. The Idaho Time Sensitive System was created to address the top three preventable causes of death in Idaho; Trauma, Stroke, and heart attacks. This is a collaborative approach from all stakeholders throughout the state including but not limited to hospitals, EMS agencies, public health districts, and Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.
The Idaho TSE system is modeled on evidence-based care, that addresses public education and prevention, 911 access, response coordination, pre-hospital response, transport, hospital emergency/acute care, rehabilitation and quality improvement. The TSE program creates a seamless transition between each level of care and integrates existing community resources to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs. The Idaho TSE motto;
"Get the right patient, to the right place, at the right time."