Responding to critical need, West Virginia trains to become paramedics
MONONGAH, W.Va. (AP) – The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed many medical systems to the brink of collapse, but one of the most understaffed positions in this chain of care is that of medical technicians. ’emergency.
West Virginia Public Service Training is a state program that trains more than 45,000 first responders each year in West Virginia. Trainers travel statewide to different counties to run affordable courses that help residents achieve certifications in specific areas.