Wilderness medic

WILDERNESS FIRST RESPONDER

(Not quite convinced?)

Venture into the wild with a confidence to treat wounds, support the immobile, handle poisoning in all forms, and much more...

 

A MEC Level-1, 2, and or 3 certification, but when applied in the wild is on a whole different level.

Below is a list of what the student will learn:

  • Patient Assessment System

  • CPR

  • Spinal Cord Injuries

  • Chest Injuries

  • Shock

  • Head Injuries

  • Wilderness Wound Management

  • Fracture Management

  • Dislocations

  • Cold Injuries

  • Heat Illness

  • Cardiac, Respiratory and Neurological Emergencies

  • Abdominal Emergencies

  • Bites, Stings and Poisoning

  • Allergies and Anaphylaxis

  • Cold Water Submersion

  • Common Wilderness Medical Problems

  • Wilderness First Aid Kits

MEC Level-1

$180

Time: 9AM - 4PM

First responder

 

  • Employ minor first-aid.

  • Assess patient.

  • Primitive medicinals.

  • First-aid kit prep.

MEC Level-2

$345

Time: 9AM - 4PM

2 DAYS

  • Dress wounds.

  • Address shock.

  • Make a stretcher.

  • Splint(s).

  • Fractures.

  • Allergies & Anaphylaxis.

  • Spinal cord injuries.

  • Chest injuries.

If the student has completed MEC-1 and or 2, please contact us for custom pricing.

MEC Level-3

$599

Time: 9AM - 4PM

3 DAYS

  • Suturing.

  • Dressing deeper wounds.

  • Addressing major injury/life threatening injuries.

  • Patient transport.

  • Handling Edema and TBI.

  • Water purification.

  • Handling Dislocations.

  • Dealing with bite, stings, and poisons.

  • Hypothermia/Hyperthermia.

  • Heat exhaustion.

  • Cardiac, neurological, and neurological emergencies.

  • Cold water submersion (winter only)

  • CPR hands on...or face on...

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