The Fundamental Critical Care Support (FCCS) course is the only recognized training program to teach basic critical care skills to the non-intensivist health care provider. This internationally recognized course trains more than 6,000 health care professionals annually in more than 27 countries. During the two-day FCCS course, attendees participate in lectures and hands-on training for important critical care skills including mechanical ventilation, hemodynamic monitoring, organ hypoperfusion and neurologic support.
The FCCS course training is ideal for physicians, residents, nurses, physician assistants and respiratory care professionals.
Tuesday, July 23
Houston Methodist Research Institute, 5th Floor - MITIE
6670 Bertner Avenue