Medical emergencies can and do occur in the dental office, but are a relatively rare occurrence. It is difficult to stay “practiced” and remember everything to do when a crisis occurs. This course will review the more common medical emergencies in an office and discuss creating a simple emergency management system that will almost run itself.
Often, the doctor is the victim in an emergency and the office staff must be able to function effectively on their own.
This course emphasizes the critical role support staff play in emergency management!
1. The participant will learn initial management of several common medical emergencies which may occur in a dental office.
2. The participant will learn the components of a basic medical emergency kit.
3. The participant will learn the concept and mechanics of putting together a system that will greatly aid in effectively managing an emergency.
Check-in: 7:00 AM Saturday, July 25-PEARL RESORT-Breakfast included Program time: 7:30 AM - 11:30 AM Saturday, July 25 Beach Party starts immediately after course ends
South Padre Island, Texas
(The course happens Saturday morning.)
PREFERRED BOOKING METHOD
To book a room by phone call the number below and ask for In-House Reservations. Mention “UT Health San Antonio School of Dentistry” to get the special rate.
Tap this number: +1-956-761-6551 Hotel Phone Schedule Hours: Monday 9am to 4:30pm Tuesday to Friday from 9 am to 9 pm Saturday 12:30pm to 9pm Sunday inhouse reservations is closed (Calls are transferred to a call center)
Above is for hotel room only. To register for the course, click the “Register Now!” button below.
The course is JULY 25th, however our “Special Rate” is July 23 - 26.
If you access through the regular Pearl website the group attendee code is: 4536252
Beach Getaway Refund Policy
If you must cancel your registration, please notify the Office of Continuing Dental Education as soon as you determine you are unable to attend so that a refund may be considered. Due to commitments to off-site properties, any cancellation made prior to the start of the program will be subject to an administrative fee assessment of $198.50. Any cancellation made after June 26, 2020 does not qualify for a refund. However, participants may choose to place their tuition minus an administrative and direct cost fee assessment into a holding account for future use. “No Shows” will not qualify for refunds. Written notification is required within five business days by mail, fax, or e-mail to initiate the refund process. Please allow four to six weeks for all refunds. Specific refund policies may apply
COVID precautions will be utilized to create a safe course environment.