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QU Today - Driving education: Hartford HealthCare’s gift fuels drive of EMS, health sciences students

Quinnipiac students have a new tool to help them be better prepared to treat patients in life-threatening situations, thanks to the generous donation of a simbulance by Hartford HealthCare. (November 21, 2023).

WTNH - Hartford HealthCare donates ‘simbulance’ to Quinnipiac’s EMS club

Hartford HealthCare donated a “simbualance” to the EMS club at Quinnipiac University – a specialized decommissioned ambulance that will be used for EMS training. (November 17, 2023).

WTNH - EMS club at Quinnipiac University receives health care training in decommissioned ambulance

Members of the EMS club at Quinnipiac University received emergency medical training through a health care simulation in a real ambulance on Friday. (November 17, 2023).

Group photo of the members of Quinnipiac University EMS

QU Today - Quinnipiac EMS and School of Nursing offer life-saving courses

The Quinnipiac EMS and School of Nursing Community Engagement Program teamed up to have American Heart Association (AHA) Training courses on campus. (March 4, 2023).

QU Today - Quinnipiac EMS trains military unit in lifesaving courses

When the Connecticut Second Company Governor's Foot Guard Association wanted to take their CPR and other life-saving skills to the next level, they turned to the Quinnipiac EMS team. (February 28, 2023).

QU Today - Alumnus develops life saving skills, launches EMS program

Charles Dunn’s first experience in an ambulance with a critically ill patient inspired him to enter the emergency services field. (September 13, 2022).

QU EMS members Charles Dunn and Alex Bayer at the 2022 NCEMSF Award Ceremony

QU Today - University recognized as HEARTSafe Campus

At the 2022 National Collegiate EMS Foundation (NCEMSF) conference, Quinnipiac was recognized as a HEARTSafe campus. (February 28, 2022).

Headshot of the Quinnipiac EMS organization

QU Today - EMS organization expands to keep the Quinnipiac community healthy and safe

When Quinnipiac’s Emergency Medical Service organization was founded back in 2019, it started with just 18 members. Today, it has grown to more than 70 members and has big ambitions for the agency’s future. (November 29, 2021).

QU EMS members Charles Dunn, Heidi Reinemann and Vanessa Infante standing next to the Club Car

QU Today - University first responders reflect on significance of 9/11

Members of the Quinnipiac University EMS team reflect on the 9/11 terror attacks and how it impacts them as first responders. (September 8, 2021).

Students help their first-year peers move in.

QU Today - University has unique tradition of welcoming our newest Bobcats

The university community is coming together this week to celebrate and welcome our newest Bobcats. (August 22, 2021).

A student receives a COVID-19 vaccine

QU Today - University administers more than 500 doses of Pfizer vaccines to students

More than 500 Quinnipiac students received their Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination on the university’s Mount Carmel Campus last week, through a partnership with Griffin Health. (May 3, 2021).

The Quinnipiac Chronicle - Student rescuers: Quinnipiac student-run EMS program celebrates inaugural year

After a full year of preparation, Quinnipiac’s student-run emergency medical services program, Res-Q, just completed its inaugural year of operation. Res-Q, a volunteer certified supplemental first responder agency in Connecticut, is open to any student who is currently certified or becoming certified to be an emergency medical technician. (June 6, 2020).

Robert Lay shows off QU EMS equipment

WTNH - QU’s EMT students are ready to assist in medical emergencies

Nearly two dozen Quinnipiac University college students are armed with life saving techniques and will use their training to respond to emergency calls on campus starting next month. (October 24, 2019).

QU EMS members standing next to EMS Club Car

WFSB - QU rolls out new EMS program for students

College students at Quinnipiac University can now learn more about helping to keep their campus safe.

QU EMS Members and President Olian standing next to QU EMS Club Car

QU Today - Quinnipiac student EMTs to provide emergency medical services on Mount Carmel and York Hill

Quinnipiac will implement a student emergency medical services program this fall. (October 22, 2019).