Education

Quincy Valley Medical Center is proud to be offering a variety of courses for our employees, other professionals and our community members.  For a complete listing of courses offered and their dates, please see the brochures.

For private classes, schedule information or registration please contact:

Cynde Tilton (509) 787-5359

Community Members

2014 Health Care Courses for the Community Brochure

Basic Life Support for the Community (CPR)

This course is recommended for individuals who are interested in the basics of CPR.  This class meets requirements for jobs needing a CPR card in a non-health care environment.  CPR card issued with completion of practical and written test.

Community First Aid

This course provides information on common medical emergencies and teaches basic treatment methods for common medical emergencies. First Aid card issued with completion of practical and written test.

Family and Friends CPR

This course is recommended for individuals who are interested in the basics of CPR for friends and family in a relaxed atmosphere of learning. The class is excellent for lay people wanting to be able to care for their loved ones, either older or younger.  No testing will be done and no card issued.

Health Care Professionals

2014 Health Care Courses for the Professional

Basic Rhythm Interpretation - 2 day course

This course is for beginners or those that wish to have a review.  This course will prepare the individual to recognize a wide variety of rhythms.  A full range of atrial, junctional and ventricular rhythms are covered, along with their treatment.

Basic Life Support for the Health Care Provider (CPR)

Basic Life Support for the Health Care Provider Renewal (CPR)

Advanced Health Care Professionals

2014 Health Care Courses for the Advanced Professional Brochure

ACLS Initial 2 day course 

(Current BLS/HCP required)

ACLS Renewal 

(Current BLS/HCP required)

PALS Initial Class

This class focuses on early recognition of shock and respiratory failure, prevention and treatment of cardiopulmonary arrest in children.

TNCC Initial Class 2 Day

This class is designed to provide core-level knowledge, both in terms of cognitive and psychomotor skills, based on the trauma nursing process as the standard of nursing care.  The course includes lectures on effects of trauma on multiple body systems, instruction, practice, and testing of selected trauma nursing assessment and skills.