GILLETTE, WY – Campbell County Health announces that six employees in
Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and the Campbell County Memorial Hospital
Emergency Department (ED) earned their Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (A-EMT) certifications.
- Landon Suchor, who has worked for CCH since June 2014
- Emily Stauffer, who has worked for CCH since November 2014
- Wayce Waller, who has worked for CCH since February 2014
- Krista Wanbaugh, who has worked for CCH since April 2015 in the ED
- Daryan Case, who has worked for CCH since July 2017
Also pictured is Jordon Roberts, who works in Moorcroft; and instructor
Colleen Long, Paramedic, Campbell County Health EMS
This certification allows EMS to provide a more advanced level of care
when it is needed throughout the Campbell County, Wyoming community. Advanced
EMTs are able to start IV's, give medications, and provide advanced
airway skills—thus making the transition of care easier for the
patient when they arrive at the Emergency Department for further care.
Advance EMT certification requires 148 class hours, 24 hours of clinical
time in the Emergency Department, and 24 hours of EMS ride time. Upon
completion of this, EMT students must successfully complete a written
and practical test from the
Wyoming Department of Health Office of Emergency Medicine.
Learn more about Campbell County Health Emergency Medical Services at