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Jeff Grange, MD
Medical Director, Cardiopulmonary Sciences, Emergency Medical Care
School of Allied Health Professions
Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine
School of Medicine
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
11/2008  Motorsports Medicine
 
8/2007 Motorsports Medicine
This is an 8 hour introduction to Motorsports Medicine which includes its history, current operational issues, the state of the art with head and neck support devices and other controversies.
6/2007 Base Hospital Physician Course
This course reviews the state and local regulations and protocols used in the prehospital system. It also demonstrates how to use the various communications devices for data collection, radio communications, and the geographic information system.
6/2007 - 6/2010 Introduction & History of EMS
This introduces the various types of EMS systems and goes through the history of modern EMS from the 60s to the present
10/2006 - 10/2008 Geographic Information Systems for Emergency Medical Services
This lecture reviewed the advanced emergency geographic information system being implemented in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties with review of specific cases and lessons learned.
9/2006 Mobile Telemedicine for Disasters
This lecture provides information regarding disasters, telemedicine and need for mobile telemedicine reponse vehicles followed by a demonstration.
6/2006 EMS Operations
This lecture provides an overview of EMS operations including public, private, ground, aeromedical, and other models. It expands on both direct and indirect medical direction, legal issues, CQI issues, and general operations.
6/2006 History of EMS
This lecture provides a history of EMS from the military roots up to the present.
6/2006 Prehospital Communications
This course provides the physician with the fundamental background needed in communications to be an effective base hospital physician. Topics covered include types of radio systems (UHF, VHF, 800 & 900 trunked systems, ham, etc.), other modalities, telemedicine, radio etiquette, legal issues, operational issues, etc.
5/2006 High Risk Base Station Calls
This course reviews many of the common high risk base hospital calls typical of a large tertiary care center. Specific scenarios reviewed include: declaration of death in the field, refusal of care, destination decisions, acute life threatening events.
5/2006 How to Design and Build a Mobile Telemedicine Vehicle for Disasters
This lecture reviews key concepts for building a mobile telemedicine vehicle with a focus on ways to address interrupted transportation infrastructure, interrupted communications infrastructure and maintaining a high level of response readiness.
2/2006 Motorsports Emergency Vehicle Operations Course
This course is the first U.S. Department of Transportation approved Motorsports Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC). Topics include both on-track and street responses, legal issues, driving techniques, collision dynamics, and collision avoidance.
1/2006 Mass Gathering Medicine
This course provides an overview of the unique aspects of caring for large crowds of people in a defined located for a defined period of time often doing high risk activities.
1/2006 Motorsports Medicine
This course reviews the various types of motorsports with an emphasis on types of injuries, preventive medicine and how emergency medical care is different in various motorsports environments.
6/2005 History of EMS/Base Station Course
Introduction to the history of EMS, local EMS operations, and base station operations.
2/2005 EMS Field Care Audits
Review of EMS operations/medical decision making and destination issues in EMS.
2/2005 Motorsports Medicine
Introduction to unique aspects of emergency medicine in motorsports.
Interactive Teaching
 
7/2006 - 6/2007 EM Resident teaching
Clincal supervision during shifts in the emergency department. Number of learners: 40+. Approximate Hours: 600+
7/2005 - 6/2005 Clinical Supervision in ED
Clinical supervision of 30 residents in Emergency Department. Approximate hours - 750.
7/2005 - 6/2006 EMS Fellowship
This fellowship includes experience in prehospital care with an emphasis on mass gathering and event medicine. This included clinical supervision at many of the venues such as during large concerts, motorsports events, etc. This also included international trips providing prehosptial care. Approximate Hours: 100
7/2005 - 6/2007 Medical student supervision
Clinical supervision of medical students rotating through emergency department. Number of learners: 10+ Approximate Hours: 60+.
7/2005 - 6/2007 Nursing education
Prehospital and base hospital CQI/education with mobile intensive care nurses. Approximate number learners: 75. Approximate hours: 240
7/2004 - 6/2005 Clinical Supervision
Clinical supervision and teaching of medical students. Approximate hours - 100.
7/2004 - 6/2005 Mentoring/interactive teaching
Mentoring/interactive teaching approximately 30 EMT's, paramedics and nurses. Approximately 250 hours.
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
5/2008 - 11/2008  Cervical spine x-ray interpretation
 
3/2008 - 11/2008  Rapid Sequence Intubation techniques
 
7/2007 - 6/2006 EMS Fellowship Director
Founder and program director of Emergency Medical Services Fellowship.
6/2006 Base Station Physician Course Coordinator
This class prepares resident and other emergency physician to provide on-line medical direction at a base hospital.
2/2006 Motorsports Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC) Course Coordinator
This is the first US Department of Transportation approved Motorsports Emergency Vehicle Operations Course.
1/2006 Mass Gathering and Motorsports Medicine Course Coordinator
This course prepares prehospital personnel to provide optimal medical care in the unique motorsports and mass gathering environment.
7/2005 - 6/2006 EMS Fellowoship Program Director
EMS Fellowship covering all aspects of prehospital care with an emphasis on mass gathering and event medicine.
7/2005 - 6/2005 LLUMC EMS Fellowship Director
Emergency Medical Services Fellowship Director.
7/2004 - 6/2005 California Speedway Medical Director
Medical Director for the California Speedway a subsidiary of International Speedway Corporation.
7/2004 - 6/2005 LLU SAH EMC Medical Director
Medical Director for Loma Linda University School of Allied Health Emergency Medical Care Bachelors Degree Program
7/2004 - 6/2005 LLUMC EMS Director
Emergency Medical Services Director for Loma Linda University Medical Center
7/2004 - 6/2005 San Bernardino Sheriff's Air Rescue Team Medical Director
Medical Director for the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department Air Rescue Team
7/2004 - 6/2005 SCORE Medical Director
Medical Director of SCORE, the sanctioning body for the Baja 500, Baja 1000 and other off-road races.
7/2004 - 6/2005 Symons Emergency Specialties Medical Director
Medical Director of Symons Emergency Specialties a provider of special event and mass gathering medical care.
Instructional Prep of New Material
 
5/2006 - 6/2006 Base Hospital Physician Course
This course was completely updated for 2006.
7/2005 - 2/2006 Motorsports Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC)
This is the first US Department of Transportation approved emergency vehicle operations course (EVOC) with an emphasis on both the unique motorsports environment in addition to routine street operations.
5/2005 Emergency Vehicle Operaitons Course
Department of Transportation approved Emergency Vehicle Operations Course modified not only for code 3 response on public streets and highways but also on a racetrack.
7/2004 - 6/2005 California Speedway Medical Resource Guide
Created and published first resource guide for major speedway as it relates to medical care issues and operations.
7/2004 - 6/2005 EMS Fellowship Curriculum
New curriculum for Emergency Medical Services Fellowship based on Society of Academic Emergency Medicine.
7/2004 - 6/2005 Motorsports Medicine
Completely overhauled 2 day motorsports medicine course.