Patients & Visitors
Everything you need to know as a patient or visitor of ECRMC.
Programs & Education
The great care that is provided at ECRMC also extends into the classroom, where patients, healthcare professionals and the community are invited to learn more.
The Department of Education has developed a comprehensive educational program made up of many health topics taught through a variety of methods. Classes are led by dedicated educators (patient and community) who understand the importance of health awareness.
Health and wellness education occurs along a continuum that begins before the acute phase of hospitalization and continues long after discharge. We believe in empowering the patient when it comes to their health and allowing them to become part of the team. Health education is important for all of our patients and we encourage family and friends to participate and learn together.
At ECRMC, the department of education provides continuing education programs, in-service education and staff development. The goal of the education department is to promote personal development and education of staff through various educational opportunities. This creates an environment and culture that enhances personal and professional growth.
ECRMC is an Imperial Valley Community Hospital. We involve ourselves in various health fairs, lectures and partner with local agencies regularly to educate the community.
I need to take a CPR class. Which one should I take, Healthcare Provider CPR or Heart Saver/First Aid?
If you work in a clinical setting, such as a doctor’s office or hospital, you will need the Healthcare Provider CPR. If you are taking CPR for your own knowledge or for work in a nonclinical setting, Heart Saver/First Aid is for you.
I am a daycare worker. Which CPR class do I need?
You are required to take Heart Saver/First Aid.
I am an Imperial Valley healthcare worker and am in desperate need of contact hours! What do you have available?
Four times yearly, we offer an 8-hour Contact Hour Marathon. Held the fourth Saturday of January, April, July, and October, one can collect up to 8 continuing education contact hours. These sessions are open to all RNs, LVNs, CNAs and MAs. Bridging the Gap is an ongoing program with 2-hour classes offered monthly every third Monday. Various topics are offered for RNs and LVNs worth 2 continuing education contact hours. Contact us for additional resources.
Do you offer a Basic EKG class?
Not at this time