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LifeTeam recognizes there is an increased demand for education in rural communities. By offering specialized courses on-site at hospitals and EMS agencies, we are assisting our healthcare partners with continuing education for their employees.

If you have any questions regarding classes offered, please contact Jodi Cregger at

Upcoming Class Schedule

January 8-9 TNCC (Meade)
January 10 ACLS (KMC)
Juanuary 16-17 PALS (Scott City)
January 18-19 PHTLS (Newton Fire)
January 22-23 ENPC (Medicine Lodge)
January 24-25  ACLS (Dodge City)
January 29-30 ACLS (Elkhart)
January 31 ACLS (Aurora, NE)
February 7 PALS (Emporia)
February 8-9 ACLS (Newton Medical Center)
February 15-16 ACLS (Oberlin)
February 15 Lab Review (Meade)
February 20 ICU Skills (Syracuse)
February 21-22 TNCC (Syracuse)
February 22 PEARS (Emporia)
March 6-7  ACLS (Kiowa)
March 13-14 PALS (Dodge City))
March 15-16 PALS (Satanta)
March 19-20 PALS (Meade)
April 2-3 ACLS (Scott City)
April 12-13 PALS (Newton Medical Center)
April 19-20 ACLS (Satanta)
April 26 Diabetes/DKA (Meade)
May 2 PEARS (Emporia)
May 17 NRP (Satanta)
May 17-19 ACLS (Satanta)
May 22-23 ACLS (Dodge City)
June 21 COPD/CHF (Meade)

Flight Academy

LifeTeam sponsors a Flight School which in essence, is a "boot camp" for RNs and Paramedics and provides the opportunity to learn more about the air transport industry. The Academy is set in an intense 24-hour operation training environment and allows the students to take the critical care experience back to their communities. The Flight Academy has exceeded all expectations as an excellent educational tool that covers a wide array of air medical topics as well as flight time in both fixed wing and rotor wing aircraft. Click below for more information on LifeTeam's 2018 Flight School held at Garden City Community College June 14-16. 

Flight School Brochure             2018 Flight School Application

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Flight School Application







The following link is a safety video created by the Illinois Association of Air & Critical Care Transport and the Illinois Department of Transportation. This video is for hospitals whose staff utilize hospital helipads and helicopters to transport patients and explains many of the hidden dangers that need to be addressed when working in and around this environment.

Safety Video

This online video describes standards set forth by the air medical industry concerning safety and operational procedures for first responders when working with or around helicopters at the scene of an accident.The video itself is provided via the link above to the Helicopter Association International's (HAI) web site. The video was produced for the FAA’s Aviation Safety Program and created by Lanier Media VideoProductions.

HAI Video

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