Emergency Medical Services
Inaya Medical College has a program for training in Emergency Medical Services and Prehospital critical care. The EMS Department currently has seven laboratories also called skills stations. There are four in the male side and three in Female side. 20-30 students can be trained at a time in each of these laboratories.
These labs are equipped with Sim Man Essential Bleeding, Sim-Junior, Advanced ACLS mannequins, Trauma mannequins, Burns mannequin with kit, Simul-aids child auscultation, Mechanical Defibrillators, Rescue mannequins and Airway Mannequins. The labs are used for EMS courses where the students are introduced and taught how to Defibrillate and manage difficult airways. In addition, these labs are used to teach students how to perform patient assessment, conduct resuscitation and train to handle normal deliveries. The lab has a projector and a projector screen too, where, aside from practical classes, the lab is also used as a lecture room especially when a lecturer would like to show the students how the equipment and machines are operated.
The Department further has an indoor hydraulic Ambulance simulator and a vehicle extrication training simulator (SWEET). These help reproduce life-like scenarios where Students and educators observe students perform EMS task and protocols in a realistic environment helping enhancing the training experience. A camera digital recording system makes it possible for students to review their work on a screen.