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Mobile Medical Unit
BC's MMU is a publicly funded, high-tech supporting clinical business continuity in the province of British Columbia.
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HEMBC Sep 19
Between January 2016 and March 2018 there were more than 8,000 opioid- related deaths in Canada. Read report on the Opioid Crisis here
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 19
Defibrillator training, wound care dressing, and I/O insertion are the skill stations placed in a realistic hospital setting: The Mobile Medical Unit. students are immersed and engaged with the clinical equipment & instructors.
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 19
Good morning! We are hosting students today at our warehouse location. These future paramedics are learning in our Mobile Medical Unit, which allows for enhanced clinical practice with our education equipment.
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 14
Thank you Kootenay Lake Hospital! This concludes our bundled deployment to - For more information about our program, please visit
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 14
Today, we had two half-day sessions with clinicians from inside the Mobile Medical Unit. It's been a wonderful experience with the participants and the IH simulation program today.
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 13
Perioperative CPR simulation and practice with high-fidelity dolls gives essential feedback to our participants in real time
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 13
With the support of Simulation Centre, the MMU program is bringing simulation practice inside Kootenay Lake Hospital's OR rooms. Our education services are customizable, read more:
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 13
We're halfway through our open house today and it's been great to meet members of the community. Thank you for dropping by!
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 13
"Where have the units been?" "How often are you on the road?" - All of these questions (& more) can be answered at the MMU's open house today from 10AM - 2PM at .The team will be on-site to answer any of your burning questions
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 12
Tomorrow, join us at during our open house. We're in Nelson to provide to 's Kootenay Lake Hospital staff. Come swing by to learn more about our program and a tour of the MMU Units.
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 12
A few kilometers later (and multiple cups of coffee), the team and the units arrived safely in Nelson. Thank you for accommodating our units on-site while we provide clinical education to clinicians from Kootenay Lake Hospital
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 12
Thank you for your warm hospitality & enthusiasm, Boundary District Hospital. Next stop, Nelson!
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Karen Sep 11
Thank you for visiting BDH and providing some amazing education for our teams!
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kathy steegstra Sep 11
Great to see the MMU team in action in Grand Forks BC
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 11
Thanks for having us, - it has been our pleasure! Next stop on our tour,
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 11
We have a mix of 5 different simulations running at the same time with actors, pediatric dolls, and task trainers during our second simulation at inside the MMU
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 11
First code orange simulation done! MMU staff, Dr. Michael Flesher and Jesse Sheridan, debrief with over 40 participants at Boundary District Hospital
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 11
A mock code orange simulation in the afternoon and the EOC room is busy planning, organizing and practicing disaster medicine.
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 11
Engaged discussion across the clinical spectrum to discuss triage during our emergency education session.
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Mobile Medical Unit Sep 11
Good morning, - we are well on our way to discuss Disaster Medicine. Dr. Michael Flesher, MMU Medical Director, is talking about the first 10 minutes of a disaster.
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