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Published on March 29, 2016

Trauma care is focus of UHS seminar

Experts in the field of emergency care will be the speakers at the 28th annual Patrick E. O’Hara, MD, Emergency Medicine Teaching Day presented by UHS Emergency & Trauma Services. The teaching day designed for health care professionals will be held from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Saturday, April 16, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, at 225 Water St., in downtown Binghamton.

The speakers and their topics will include:

  • Daniel Limmer, an emergency medical technician and paramedic from the State of Maine, on “Seven Habits that Make a Difference”
  • William Hallinan, a trauma nurse from the University of Rochester Medical Center, on “Emerging Trends in Trauma Care”
  • Major James Barnes, commanding officer of Troop C of the New York State Police, on “Active Shooter and Major Incident Response”
  • Khalid Sethi, MD, a neurosurgeon at UHS Hospitals, on “Managing Neurologic and Neurosurgical Emergencies”
  • Athletic trainers Denny Kellington and Brad Kimble, of Syracuse University, on “Building the Sports Medicine Emergency Team.”

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