Course Catalog

 

Operational Medicine Short Course 

 
  1. Combat Casualty Care Course C4;
    DMRTI C4 Information
  2. Medical Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties - MMCBC

    Field Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties - FMCBC
    US Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD)
  3. Cold Weather Medicine - CWM

    Mountain Medicine (Previously know as Wilderness Medicine (WMED)) - MMED
    Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center (MCMWTC)

Nomination Procedures for Operational Medicine Short Courses

POINTS OF CONTACT for Operational Medicine Short Courses:
Active Duty
Reserve

ATLS Instructor for the C-4 Course

Information concerning ATLS Instructor Nominees : ATLS training is conducted during the first three days of each C-4 course. Instructors may be either Active Duty or Reserve. The Defense Medical Readiness Training Institute (DMRTI), FT. Sam Houston, TX, funds instructor travel. Contact DMRTI if you are interested in becoming an instructor.

For information regarding the selection of ATLS Instructors, please call the ATLS Instructor Coordinator at DMRTI:
DNS 471-2930/9769/9257/9517/9266/2930/0630/0587(COM 210-221-xxxx)

AMPHIBIOUS TRAINING FOR THE MEDICAL STAFF ASSIGNED TO AFLOAT FORCES

Conducted by the Surface Warfare Medicine Institute - SWMI

  1. Commander, Amphibious Task Force Surgeon Course CATF-S
  2. Surface Warfare Medical Officer Department Indoctrination Course SWMDOIC
  3. Surface Warfare Medical Officer Indoctrination Course - SWMOIC
  4. Medical Regulation Course - MEDREG
  5. Operational Medicine Symposia - OPMED

ADDITIONAL SOURCES FOR OPERATIONAL MEDICAL TRAINING

Navy Medicine Professional Development Center

Tactical Combat Casualty Care Course - TCCC

Hospital Management of Chemical, Biological, Radiological/Nuclear, and Explosive (HM-CBRNE) Incidents Course - An accredited five-day course designed for hospital-based medical professionals, including physicians, nurses, dentists, paramedical professionals, hospital administrators, medical planners, and others who plan, conduct, or have responsibility for hospital management of mass-casualty incidents or terrorism preparedness. Classroom instruction, scenarios, and tabletop exercises equip military and civilian hospital-based medical and management professionals with skills, knowledge, and information resources to carry out the full spectrum of healthcare-facility responsibilities required by a chemical, biological, radiological/nuclear, explosive (CBRNE), or mass-casualty event.

Navy Trauma Training Center - The Course is designed to afford rotators the opportunity to work along side LAC+USC and NTTC staff as teams caring for critically ill and injured patients. The 28-day training schedule includes clinical shifts, formal didactics, case discussions, simulator training and Navy Team rounds. Additionally, nurses will be exposed to Mercy Air (helicopter) shifts and Corpsmen will experience Los Angeles County Fire Department ambulance shifts.