Remote Medicine Upgrade & Recert for EMT

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


RMUR: Feb 11-20, 2019
Lake Diablo, WA
(Food and lodging is provided)

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Remote Medicine Upgrade & Recert for EMT Description

For information regarding RMUR curriculum, format, certifications, prerequisites, and more, please visit our RMUR home page.

Facility Information: The RMUR is held at the North Cascades Environmental Learning Center located in Lake Diablo, Washington in the middle of North Cascades National Park.

Lodging: The Learning Center is ADA-accessible with three lodges for housing students and instructors. Each lodge has shared gender-specific bathrooms with showers. The bedrooms vary from 2-3 twin beds per room. Two lodges have a lounge area with sofas, chairs, and a kitchenette.

Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are provided every day. The Learning Center tries to obtain as many ingredients as possible from local growers and suppliers. They can accommodate any dietary need/restriction with advanced notice.

Transportation: Lake Diablo is approximately 2.5 hours (125 miles) northeast of Seattle.The Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA-TAC) is the closest major airport to Lake Diablo. Students are responsible for arranging transportation to and from the course. For more information on our shuttle service, please see our Training & Certification FAQs.

Laundry: Machines are available on campus, but students are expected to bring laundry soap

Internet: High speed wireless throughout the campus; several public computers available

Workout Facilities: There are a series of trails connected to the Learning Center that are great for running or hiking.

Cell Phone Service: None; landline only.

For more information on course details, please call our office at +1 (206) 686-4878 or send an email to We look forward to speaking with you.

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Lake Diablo, WA

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North Cascades Institute


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(360) 856-5700 x309

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2 reviews for Remote Medicine Upgrade & Recert for EMT

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    Just returned from my RMUR adventure at Lake Diablo and wow, what an incredible experience. This is completely unlike any other CEU activity in which you simply pay your registration fee and get credit for merely attending. This course is 10 days in which full participation (mental and physical) is demanded of each participant for 9-10 solid hours. Despite this work load, I had a wonderful time! The North Cascades Institute is located in one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever visited. I met 20 amazing people who all had something to contribute to the learning experience. Expect several hands-on patient care scenarios (outside, regardless of weather) to reinforce material covered in the classroom and readings. Yes, bring rain gear, good comfy boots, thick comfy socks made for hiking, I recommend knee pads; much time is spend kneeling on the ground attending to a “patient.” I read several different and mixed reviews regarding the food; it was delicious!!! I highly recommend this course.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    This is an excellent course, not only to cover your NREMT recert, but to remember everything you loose over a couple years. Add to that the Wilderness addition and a lot of Remote Medicine questions come into focus. The setting was at the beautiful North Cascade Learning Center. This course is definately worth the money spent. A couple notes for those considering it:
    -bring boots that are comfortable yet easy to put on and take off quickly because you’ll have to do that 30 times a day.
    -if you smoke, be prepared with electronic cigarettes or be willing to walk 200 feet to the parking area, the facility is a non-smoking area, although the course provides 10 minute breaks to fit them in between classes.
    – bring sugar snacks and what you like to drink (pop or whatever), meals are a little on the salad side be well prepared.
    -most importantly and I wish I would have, request your PHTLS book in advance of the course, reading it at night during the course you will find it hard to keep up.
    The course was partly refresher, partly all new information but definately a lot of fun and great hands on several times a day to help it all sink in. I plan on taking this course again when my recert starts approaching.

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