CCEMS Charles R. Hooks Education Center
The new CCEMS Administrative Complex was completed in March of 2009. The complex includes administrative offices, the Charles R. Hooks Education Center, the CCEMS Communications Center, and Station 59. It is a 6 acre complex that will carry CCEMS into the future and allow for the organization to meet the growing needs of the community.
EMS education is instructed to allow for the expansion of the CCEMS membership as well as updating the current membership. Classes are taught to Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS) standards and done under TDSHS approval.
The following EMS courses are taught:
Cypress Creek EMS has a TDSHS approved continuing education (CE) program to keep the membership current on CE according to state standards. In addition to the formal CE program, the Education Center offers special CE symposiums and individualized CE training. In order to serve the medical community better, classes are offered at no charge to CCEMS members, firefighters, nurses, etc.
Cypress Creek EMS teaches American Heart Association CPR and First Aid to its membership and to the community.
The following classes are taught:
The Cypress Creek EMS Education Center also hosts other classes sponsored by CCEMS as well as other community organizations.
Whether training care providers on better ways to treat the sick and injured or educating the citizens of the community on how to improve their own safety and health, CCEMS is dedicated to utilizing its every resource to make a positive impact on the area it serves.