Hartford Healthcare EMS Symposium Sponsored by General Devices

Representatives will answer questions and share information on how GD e-Bridge mobile telemedicine app helps EMS & Hospitals save more lives.


 RIDGEFIELD, NJ – Sept. 23, 2020 ­– EMS professionals can learn more about the General Devices (GD) e-Bridge mobile telemedicine app at the 1st Annual Hartford Healthcare EMS Symposium on Sept. 26, 2020; where General Devices is a premier partner of the event.


The symposium will be held at the state-of-the-art Center for Education, Simulation and Innovation (CESI) on the Hartford Hospital campus in Connecticut. In-person attendees will be split into groups to attend case study lectures, as well as hands-on simulation that will be applicable for both basic life support (BLS) and advanced life support (ALS) providers. In addition, virtual learning will be available for the case study lectures free of charge. Attendees can earn eight continuing medical education (CME) credits.


All lectures and simulated experiences will be led by SME providers from the Ayer Neuroscience Institute, Heart and Vascular Institute, Behavioral Health Institute, LIFE STAR, Windham Hospital and Charlotte Hungerford Paramedic teams, as well as leaders from trauma, emergency medicine and more.


While attending, Connecticut EMS professionals can also learn more about GD e-Bridge, a secure mobile telehealth app that connects EMS and hospital providers, in new ways, for improved continuity of care. GD e-Bridge enables live communications between and among EMS crews, medical directors and hospital teams by sharing pictures, audio, video and live streaming to manage heart attacks, stroke, trauma and even treat and release on-scene.

For more information or to register for the event, email hhhcems@hhchealth.org.


Those that can’t attend can schedule a telehealth consultation with GD’s Responsive Innovation Team to learn more about GD e-Bridge or can contact GD to learn more about how other systems are using time-saving, integrated communications and workflows that help improve outcomes and save lives.


ABOUT GD (General Devices)

GD is a 41-year-old medical technology company that specializes in mobile telemedicine and telehealth that, enables simply smarter patient care by empowering hospitals, EMS, mobile integrated healthcare, community paramedicine and public safety responders with the most comprehensive, highly configurable, and affordable medical team communications solutions. Learn more at general-devices.com

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