A governor appointed seat has opened up under Idaho Statute 56-1027 (2)(a):
"One (1) representative from a facility that either holds or is seeking designation as an Idaho trauma center. The representative shall be the medical director, the coordinator or the program manager responsible for the respective facility's trauma program;"
Please send nominations along with CV/resume to email@example.com by Sunday, March 1st. Please contact the TSE Program staff at 208-334-4000, if you have any questions or concerns.
Governor Appointed Application 2020
Idaho TSE STEMI Education Module...
This education module is 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 STEMI Education for EMS. Then click on the Launch button to load the course. 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.
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Bureau of EMS & Preparedness
2224 E Old Penitentiary Rd
Boise, ID 83712
9am - 9:15am
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
Saturday, February 29th - Come join us at the 2020 EIRMC Air Idaho EMS Conference! To register, please visit www.eirmc.com/professionals/ems/ems-conference.dot.
Saturday, March 7th - Sunday, March 8th - SAVE THE DATE! It's Grangeville EMT Association's 35th Annual Spring Fling Conference. For registration and agenda details, click here to view the brochure.
Monday, April 13th - Tuesday, April 14th - Come attend the Trauma Care After Resuscitation (TCAR) hosted by St. Luke's McCall Medical Center. A course for nurses across the trauma spectrum. For more information and how to register, click here to view the brochure.
Friday, April 17th - 8th Annual St. Luke's Clinical Neuroscience Conference located at the St. Luke's Regional Medical Center in Boise. For conference and registration details, click here.
Monday, April 20th - Tuesday, April 21st - SAVE THE DATE! Regional Readiness Rendezvous in Southeastern Idaho. More information and registration details coming soon!
Thursday, April 23rd - Saturday, April 25th - 2020 EMS Symposium hosted by New Frontier Emergency Medicine in Coeur d' Alene. To learn more about the conference and to register, please visit www.newfrontieremergencymedicine.com.
Friday, May 1st - Saturday, May 2nd - SAVE THE DATE! Idaho State University is hosting the Emergency Medicine Conference at the Pond Student Union Building in Pocatello. Registration opens March 15th! Click here to view flyer.
Thursday, May 14th - Saturday, May 16th - SAVE THE DATE! It's the 2nd Annual Preparing for Medical Surge Events: Burn Considerations. EMS personnel and hospital-based clinical staff are invited to Sun Valley to attend this multi-day conference focused on preparing for and responding to medical surge events with special sessions on burn preparedness. Click here to register for the conference.
Tuesday, September 1st - Wednesday, September 2nd - SAVE THE DATE! St. Luke's Children's Pediatric Emergency Conference in McCall at the Shore Lodge. More details to follow soon! Click here to print off the "Save the Date" flyer.
Thursday, November 5th - Saturday, November 7th - SAVE THE DATE! 15th Anniversary Ski and Mountain Trauma Conference hosted by St. Alphonsus in Sun Valley. 2020 Keynote Speaker Dr. Georgios-Ioannis Tsianos....click here to read more. Registration coming soon!
Ongoing training - Traffic Incident Management (TIM) is FHWA-approved training aimed at reducing the amount of first responders injured or killed while responding to incidents on the roadway. This is free training. For more information, please visit www.itd.idaho.gov/itd and click on the "Traffic Incident Mgmt" tab.
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 Emergency 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."