Core Curriculum for Class of 2011
Class of 2012 - you are ENCOURAGED to attend!
The curriculum for the Health Care Workshop changes every year based upon the most current issues in the field. If it is not part of your mandatory curriculum cycle this year, consider attending.
There is so much to learn and know about the Status of Health Care on Long Island and how we are planning for the future.
August 15, 2012
8:00a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Center for Emergency Medical Services (CEMS) NSLIJ Health System
15 Burke Lane
Syosset, NY 11791
From the West: Take the Long Island Expressway (I-495) eastbound to Exit 40 (Syosset).
Take 40E service road across the first intersection and bear left to Jericho Turnpike.
Continue East on Jericho Turnpike for approximately three (3) miles.
You will pass through a railroad underpass.
Burke Lane is one block after North Shore University Hospital at Syosset. Make a left onto Burke Lane (You will see a Mobil Gas Station and a Transmission Shop on the corners).
CEMS is the first building on the left on Burke Lane.
From the East:
Take the Long Island Expressway (I-495) westbound to Exit 44 (Route 135 North).
Continue on the Seaford Oyster Bay Expressway (135) until it ends. This will bring you to Jericho Turnpike Westbound.
Continue on Jericho Turnpike for approximately one mile.
You will see a King Kullen shopping center on the right hand side.
The next block is Burke Lane.
Turn before the Mobil Gas Station. CEMS is the first building on the left side.
Goals and Objectives – At the end of today’s workshop participants will be able to:
· Differentiate between health and health care
· Describe the health status of Long Island with particular emphasis on communities at risk and factors which contribute to disparities in health
· Describe how health care is organized, financed & accessed
· Identify problems with the current healthcare system
· Predict the future of health and health care and propose possible solutions to future problems
· How is health care organized, financed & accessed?
· What is the Status of Healthcare Reform and what does this mean as it relates to:
o Quality care