Mobile simulation team brings training to Mont. EMS providers

Simulation in Motion Montana was in Kalispell delivering essential skills and knowledge in a realistic setting

By Taylor Inman
Daily Inter Lake

KALISPELL, Mont. — An emergency medical training provided by Simulation in Motion Montana in partnership with Vitalogy EMS took place last week in Kalispell.

Simulation in Motion Montana, a nonprofit organization, delivers simulation-based education to healthcare teams aimed at improving patient outcomes. Vitalogy EMS is a private ambulance company in Kalispell.

The training event, facilitated by Simulation in Motion Montana's team, was designed for EMS providers, according to a release from the nonprofit. The focus of the training centered around time-sensitive traumas, equipping participants with essential skills and knowledge crucial for delivering top-tier emergency medical services.

"Collaboration is at the heart of our mission, and this partnership with Vitalogy EMS exemplifies our commitment to advancing the quality of emergency medical care," said DJ Olson, simulation specialist for Simulation in Motion Montana, in a statement. "Through shared expertise and dedication, we are dedicated to making a profound impact on patient outcomes and community well-being."

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