News2017-04-04T06:10:23+00:00

5 days ago

Georgetown EMS (GERMS)

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GERMS is now back in service. Welcome back to campus! If you are experiencing an emergency, please call (202) 687-4357. Happy summer! ... See MoreSee Less

GERMS is officially out of service until the summer sessions begin. If you are experiencing a medical emergency call 911. ... See MoreSee Less

Interested in becoming an EMT this summer? The GERMS summer EMT class will run from June 6th- July 29th. The first information session is TODAY, Monday May 14th at 7 pm in White Gravenor 206. All are welcome! ... See MoreSee Less

Interested in becoming an EMT this summer? The GERMS summer EMT class will run from June 6th- July 29th. The first information session is TODAY, Monday May 14th at 7 pm  in White Gravenor 206. All are welcome!

Dear Fellow Hoyas,

As we move into the final few weeks of the school year, we want to make sure that everyone is having fun and staying safe by clearing up a few misunderstandings about GERMS and our policies. As both Georgetown students and EMTs, our first priority is your safety; therefore, we wanted to take a moment to remind everyone about the university’s medical amnesty policy. Students who call GERMS, either for themselves or for someone else, will not be subject to disciplinary action for possession and consumption of alcohol or drugs. In addition, we are confidential and do not charge for our services. We know that the end of the spring semester is an exciting time, but just remember that you will not get in trouble from the University for calling us. We are here for you.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our captain, Ali Baird (mailto:captain@georgetownems.org). If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call GERMS immediately at 202-687-HELP (202-687-4357).
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Ironically, the post I received re: safety, had an advertisement about hard liquor. Nothing against moderate drinking, but I thought it was strange to be included in your message.

Applications for the fall 2018 GERMS probationary class are now live! The application will remain open until 11:59pm Sunday April 29. Please direct any questions to probationary@georgetownems.org.

Membership in GERMS gives students the opportunity to ride for and run a fully licensed EMS agency, providing free pre-hospital care and transport to the Georgetown community. We welcome any Georgetown undergraduates holding an NREMT or state EMT certification to apply. Our members have the opportunity to develop their medical, leadership, and organizational skills, as well as developing great friendships with a team of people dedicated to serving our community.
Apply now at: goo.gl/forms/scHhwR1iVSfJ8aGv2
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Applications for the fall 2018 GERMS probationary class are now live! The application will remain open until 11:59pm Sunday April 29. Please direct any questions to probationary@georgetownems.org.

Membership in GERMS gives students the opportunity to ride for and run a fully licensed EMS agency, providing free pre-hospital care and transport to the Georgetown community. We welcome any Georgetown undergraduates holding an NREMT or state EMT certification to apply. Our members have the opportunity to develop their medical, leadership, and organizational skills, as well as developing great friendships with a team of people dedicated to serving our community.
Apply now at: https://goo.gl/forms/scHhwR1iVSfJ8aGv2

Members of GERMS had a productive and relaxing meditation session at the John Main center tonight. We find it is important to reflect on our lives as students and EMTs to keep our heads clear of stress so that we can best serve the Georgetown Community! ... See MoreSee Less

Members of GERMS had a productive and relaxing meditation session at the John Main center tonight. We find it is important to reflect on our lives as students and EMTs to keep our heads clear of stress so that we can best serve the Georgetown Community!

 

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Stephanie Yuan i love germs!

4 months ago

Georgetown EMS (GERMS)

Educate yourself on bleeding control! You might just save a life.It’s National Stop the Bleed Day! What schools out there are participating in training or spreading the word about this initiative today? ^SL ... See MoreSee Less

Educate yourself on bleeding control! You might just save a life.
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