Wilderness Medicine Instruction Since 1998
The Desert Mountain Medicine teaching approach heavily favors hands-on, scenario-based practice taught in a wilderness setting. We pride ourselves on the dynamic delivery of course curriculum using innovative educational techniques and integrative scenarios. We strive to deliver professional courses that are rich in quality, consistency, and effectiveness while still having fun “in the classroom.”
This 16-hour course covers CPR and basic wilderness first aid skills. A great introduction to medicine for outdoor enthusiasts.
This 40-hour course covers CPR and basic wilderness first aid skills. A great introduction to medicine for outdoor enthusiasts.
The 80-hour WFR course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to respond to medical and traumatic emergencies in remote locations.
This 24-hour course may be used to re-certify current WFR and the Wilderness EMT (wilderness portion only).
For current EMT’s of any level. Completion of this 50-hour course will upgrade your EMT training to the Wilderness EMT level.
This course is for licensed medical practitioners (MD, PA, RN, DNP & DO) who aspire to become primary medical personnel on wilderness expeditions.
This Aiare Level 1 course is a 3-day/24 hour introduction to avalanche hazard management.
This 3-day, 24hr. course is for professional river guides, recreational river runners or anyone working on or near the water.
The 3-day SPI course module covers all the required skills for managing a single pitch site from the base or top of the cliff.