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-1. Patients transferred from event ambulance to hospital. 2.  In cases in where Government Ambulance is not available or situation is life threatening, medical personnel will advise for transport via event ambulance.+1. Patients transferred from event ambulance to hospital. 2.  In cases in where Government '''[[Ambulance]]''' is not available or situation is life threatening, medical personnel will advise for transport via event ambulance.
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2. SMG patrol staff will manage minor injuries for crowd/public. 2. SMG patrol staff will manage minor injuries for crowd/public.

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This is an example of the contents for an Event Medical Plan and see 1.4 Information to the Teams or Medical Guide

Name Of Competition

Location of Competition

Event Medical Plan



Event Dates Month DD-DD, YYY Month DD rd, Training

Month DD th, Training

Month DD th, Training

Month DD th, Competition aerials

Event Physician(s) Dr.

Dr.

Phone: + xxx-xxx xxxx

 

 

Ski Patrol Supervisor   Contact via .
Local Hospital   Level of Care: 

Address: 

Phone:  + xxx-xxx-xx

Directions: 

 

 

Time from Venue:  xx min (xx km)

Level 1 Trauma Centre   Level of Care: 

Address: 

Phone:  + xxx-xxx-xx

Directions: 

 

 

Time from Venue:  xx min (xx km)

Level 1 Trauma Centre    
Closest X-Ray Facility   Level of Care: 

Address: 

Phone:  + xxx-xxx-xx

Directions: 

 

 

Time from Venue:  xx min (xx km)

Pharmacy   Level of Care: 

Address: 

Phone:  + xxx-xxx-xx

Directions: 

 

 

Time from Venue:  xx min (xx km)

Hours:  8:30 am to 8:30 pm

Ski Patrol   Event :  # ski patrol on-site during training –

 

Tent: 

 

Ambulance   Location

 

 

Air Ambulance    

 

 

On-Hill Protocol   1. Accident – near start

2. 1st responder is ski patrol stationed at start

3. 2nd patroller and medical technician will arrive at accident site.

4. Treatment and assessment provided.

5. Evacuation to Ambulance and transfer to appropriate medical centre.

1. Accident – near finish area

2. Patroller, medical technician & national team physician/medical staff respond at staff

3. 2nd patroller descend from knoll to accident site.

4. Treatment and assessment provided.

5. Evacuation / Transport to Ambulance and transfer to appropriate medical centre.

 

1. Patients transferred from event ambulance to hospital. 2.  In cases in where Government Ambulance is not available or situation is life threatening, medical personnel will advise for transport via event ambulance.

3. Choice of medical centre will be based on acuity of injury and consultation with Event CMO.

On-Hill Protocol –   1. Accident – on course

2. 1st responder by patroller at closest point to the accident.

3. If immediate ancillary medical assistance is required, snowmobile will transport medical personnel to top of course and proceed to accident site.

4. Treatment and assessment provided.

5. Transport to base Ambulance

6. Transfer to appropriate medical centre.

Crowd / Public Protocol   1. Medical technician and Ambulance crew will respond as primary responder for cardiac arrest or similar medical emergencies.

2. SMG patrol staff will manage minor injuries for crowd/public.

 

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