Last night, a class was held for EHAA members and CERT members who volunteered to become instructors for a Bleeding Control Basic Course. This is part of the Stop the Bleed initiative. Special thanks to Dr. Gross and Steve Dorfman for organizing and teaching the course. Our town has 19 new instructors to further our commitment to teach bleeding control techniques utilizing compression, hemostatic dressings and tourniquets. Stay tuned for upcoming courses.

Last night, a class was held for EHAA members and CERT members who volunteered to become instructors for a Bleeding Control Basic Course. This is part of the Stop the Bleed initiative. Special thanks to Dr. Gross and Steve Dorfman for organizing and teaching the course. Our town has 19 new instructors to further our commitment to teach bleeding control techniques utilizing compression, hemostatic dressings and tourniquets. Stay tuned for upcoming courses.

Last night, a class was held for EHAA members and CERT members who volunteered to become instructors for a Bleeding Control Basic Course. This is part of the Stop the Bleed initiative. Special thanks to Dr. Gross and Steve Dorfman for organizing and teaching the course. Our town has 19 new instructors to further our commitment to teach bleeding control techniques utilizing compression, hemostatic dressings and tourniquets. Stay tuned for upcoming courses.

Last night, a class was held for EHAA members and CERT members who volunteered to become instructors for a Bleeding Control Basic Course. This is part of the Stop the Bleed initiative. Special thanks to Dr. Gross and Steve Dorfman for organizing and teaching the course. Our town has 19 new instructors to further our commitment to teach bleeding control techniques utilizing compression, hemostatic dressings and tourniquets. Stay tuned for upcoming courses.

Last night, a class was held for EHAA members and CERT members who volunteered to become instructors for a Bleeding Control Basic Course. This is part of the Stop the Bleed initiative. Special thanks to Dr. Gross and Steve Dorfman for organizing and teaching the course. Our town has 19 new instructors to further our commitment to teach bleeding control techniques utilizing compression, hemostatic dressings and tourniquets. Stay tuned for upcoming courses.

Last night, a class was held for EHAA members and CERT members who volunteered to become instructors for a Bleeding Control Basic Course. This is part of the Stop the Bleed initiative. Special thanks to Dr. Gross and Steve Dorfman for organizing and teaching the course. Our town has 19 new instructors to further our commitment to teach bleeding control techniques utilizing compression, hemostatic dressings and tourniquets. Stay tuned for upcoming courses.

EHAA had the pleasure of hosting author Paul Barnes, Sr. Mr. Barnes discussed his personal experience with PTSD and his book, "When The Laughter Dies: A True Account of a Firefigter/EMT & His Struggle With PTSD. There was also a brief question and answer period and book signing. Mr. Barnes donated a signed copy of his book to EHAA. Members from Haddam Volunteer Ambulance and Gardner Lake Fire Department were also in attendance.

EHAA had the pleasure of hosting author Paul Barnes, Sr. Mr. Barnes discussed his personal experience with PTSD and his book, "When The Laughter Dies: A True Account of a Firefigter/EMT & His Struggle With PTSD. There was also a brief question and answer period and book signing. Mr. Barnes donated a signed copy of his book to EHAA. Members from Haddam Volunteer Ambulance and Gardner Lake Fire Department were also in attendance.

EHAA had the pleasure of hosting author Paul Barnes, Sr. Mr. Barnes discussed his personal experience with PTSD and his book, "When The Laughter Dies: A True Account of a Firefigter/EMT & His Struggle With PTSD. There was also a brief question and answer period and book signing. Mr. Barnes donated a signed copy of his book to EHAA. Members from Haddam Volunteer Ambulance and Gardner Lake Fire Department were also in attendance.

EHAA trauma training on July 11, 2016. Besides emergency medical care, EMTs and EMRs worked as a team to "treat" the patient.

EHAA trauma training on July 11, 2016. Besides emergency medical care, EMTs and EMRs worked as a team to "treat" the patient.

EHAA trauma training on July 11, 2016. Besides emergency medical care, EMTs and EMRs worked as a team to "treat" the patient.

EHAA trauma training on July 11, 2016. Besides emergency medical care, EMTs and EMRs worked as a team to "treat" the patient.

EHAA held a short ceremony tonight. Rev. Ron Thompson blessed EHAA's new ambulance and crew. We also had a moment of silence in honor of the police officers in Dallas and EMTs who were involved.

EHAA held a short ceremony tonight. Rev. Ron Thompson blessed EHAA's new ambulance and crew. We also had a moment of silence in honor of the police officers in Dallas and EMTs who were involved.

EHAA Monthly training at Gillette Castle. Everyone worked together navigating the narrow staircases and narrow halls while practicing with various extraction methods. Thanks to the Castle staff for being so accommodating.

On Sunday June 11, 2016, EHAA techs and family members helped move supplies and equipment into our new ambulance. Chief Cavallo grilled hamburgers and hotdogs and after a few hours the new ambulance was organized and ready for state inspection later this week. Thanks to everyone who came out to help!

EHAA Monthly training at Gillette Castle. Everyone worked together navigating the narrow staircases and narrow halls while practicing with various extraction methods. Thanks to the Castle staff for being so accommodating.

EHAA Monthly training at Gillette Castle. Everyone worked together navigating the narrow staircases and narrow halls while practicing with various extraction methods. Thanks to the Castle staff for being so accommodating.

EHAA Monthly training at Gillette Castle. Everyone worked together navigating the narrow staircases and narrow halls while practicing with various extraction methods. Thanks to the Castle staff for being so accommodating.

EHAA Monthly training at Gillette Castle. Everyone worked together navigating the narrow staircases and narrow halls while practicing with various extraction methods. Thanks to the Castle staff for being so accommodating.

EHAA members attending the CT EMS Expo.

EHAA EMTs and EMRs trained last night on two different scenarios encompassing trauma assessment, extrication and reassessment of patients involved in motor vehicle accidents. Adult and pediatric simulated as our "patients".

EHAA EMTs and EMRs trained last night on two different scenarios encompassing trauma assessment, extrication and reassessment of patients involved in motor vehicle accidents. Adult and pediatric simulated as our "patients".

EHAA EMTs and EMRs trained last night on two different scenarios encompassing trauma assessment, extrication and reassessment of patients involved in motor vehicle accidents. Adult and pediatric simulated as our "patients".

EHAA EMTs and EMRs trained last night on two different scenarios encompassing trauma assessment, extrication and reassessment of patients involved in motor vehicle accidents. Adult and pediatric simulated as our "patients".

EHAA EMTs and EMRs trained last night on two different scenarios encompassing trauma assessment, extrication and reassessment of patients involved in motor vehicle accidents. Adult and pediatric simulated as our "patients".

EHAA EMTs and EMRs trained last night on two different scenarios encompassing trauma assessment, extrication and reassessment of patients involved in motor vehicle accidents. Adult and pediatric simulated as our "patients".

EHAA EMTs and EMRs trained last night on two different scenarios encompassing trauma assessment, extrication and reassessment of patients involved in motor vehicle accidents. Adult and pediatric simulated as our "patients".

EHAA EMTs and EMRs trained last night on two different scenarios encompassing trauma assessment, extrication and reassessment of patients involved in motor vehicle accidents. Adult and pediatric simulated as our "patients".

EHAA EMTs and EMRs trained last night on two different scenarios encompassing trauma assessment, extrication and reassessment of patients involved in motor vehicle accidents. Adult and pediatric simulated as our "patients".

Over 30 EMTs, firefighters and lifeguards participated in a deep water rescue drill at the Town Beach in East Haddam on Sunday. Drill topics and exercises included deep water search and rescue, back-boarding, transferring patients into the boat, transfer of care between departments and the use of rescue equipment. Skill sessions were also conducted within an ambulance. EMTs and lifeguards reviewed and practiced airway management, suctioning, CPR and cardiac arrest scenarios for drowning victims

Over 30 EMTs, firefighters and lifeguards participated in a deep water rescue drill at the Town Beach in East Haddam on Sunday. Drill topics and exercises included deep water search and rescue, back-boarding, transferring patients into the boat, transfer of care between departments and the use of rescue equipment. Skill sessions were also conducted within an ambulance. EMTs and lifeguards reviewed and practiced airway management, suctioning, CPR and cardiac arrest scenarios for drowning victims

Over 30 EMTs, firefighters and lifeguards participated in a deep water rescue drill at the Town Beach in East Haddam on Sunday. Drill topics and exercises included deep water search and rescue, back-boarding, transferring patients into the boat, transfer of care between departments and the use of rescue equipment. Skill sessions were also conducted within an ambulance. EMTs and lifeguards reviewed and practiced airway management, suctioning, CPR and cardiac arrest scenarios for drowning victims

Over 30 EMTs, firefighters and lifeguards participated in a deep water rescue drill at the Town Beach in East Haddam on Sunday. Drill topics and exercises included deep water search and rescue, back-boarding, transferring patients into the boat, transfer of care between departments and the use of rescue equipment. Skill sessions were also conducted within an ambulance. EMTs and lifeguards reviewed and practiced airway management, suctioning, CPR and cardiac arrest scenarios for drowning victims

Over 30 EMTs, firefighters and lifeguards participated in a deep water rescue drill at the Town Beach in East Haddam on Sunday. Drill topics and exercises included deep water search and rescue, back-boarding, transferring patients into the boat, transfer of care between departments and the use of rescue equipment. Skill sessions were also conducted within an ambulance. EMTs and lifeguards reviewed and practiced airway management, suctioning, CPR and cardiac arrest scenarios for drowning victims