Jeff White

Jeff White

MS, FP-C, MTSP-C, NREMTP

Jeff White has served 23 years in Emergency Medical Services and the Fire Service. He currently holds the position of Director of Safety for HealthNet Aeromedical Services, Inc. His career has spanned volunteer, career, rural and urban. Aside from his full-time position at HealthNet, he still provides clinical care and serves as a volunteer firefighter. He is an instructor for WVU Fire Service Extension and Spec Rescue International. Jeff also serves as a Hazardous Materials Specialist for OHTF-1, a deployable FEMA USAR team based in Dayton, OH. 

  • Special Trauma Situations 
  • What’s the Risk? 
  • Real World Hazardous Materials 
  • Multilead Placement – Is It Really That Important? 

Special Trauma Situations

Cascade E

In this course, we will discuss various medical conditions and disease processes that will complicate patient assessment and treatments in traumatic situations such as industrial entrapments, automobile accidents.  This course will span all ages often changing the normal that we all learned in initial training classes. Objectives: The student will be able to discuss alternate […]

Advanced Basic
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Multi-Lead Placement – Is It Really That Important?

Cascade E

Many agencies are allowing BLS providers to place and transmit 12-leads prior to EMS arrival. Most agencies across the country are calling cardiac alerts in the field, so how do we make sure we have the most accurate data? In this course, we will discuss the importance of proper lead placement during 12 and 15 […]

Advanced Basic
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Real World Hazardous Materials

Cascade C

In many hazardous material classes, there are large spills of a highly toxic chemical that you know you have to avoid and decontaminate.  In this course, we will discuss some chemicals, chemical bases and derivatives that you can encounter on a routine call not realizing that you could have been exposed.  We will discuss everything […]

Advanced Basic
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Multi-Lead Placement – Is It Really That Important?

Cascade C

Many agencies are allowing BLS providers to place and transmit 12-leads prior to EMS arrival. Most agencies across the country are calling cardiac alerts in the field, so how do we make sure we have the most accurate data? In this course, we will discuss the importance of proper lead placement during 12 and 15 […]

Advanced Basic
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Special Trauma Situations

Cascade D

In this course, we will discuss various medical conditions and disease processes that will complicate patient assessment and treatments in traumatic situations such as industrial entrapments, automobile accidents.  This course will span all ages often changing the normal that we all learned in initial training classes. Objectives: The student will be able to discuss alternate […]

Advanced Basic
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What’s the Risk?

Cascade D

In this course, we will discuss how one agency has transformed the way interfacility transports are done.  We will discuss the risk assessment process and how to educate facilities to change the culture of EMS increasing crew and patient safety. Objectives: Gain an understanding of how the industry has changed Gain an understanding of the […]

Advanced Basic
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