ProTransport-1 is set to enter the next phase of an ePCR rollout that will have every station up to speed with the technology by the end of the year. In the coming weeks, both Central Valley stations will receive essential training and updates, and Station 2-11 in Modesto will go live with the ePCR for the first time on Friday, Sept. 26.
Station 2-12 in Hughson was the first at ProTransport-1 to incorporate the ePCR, testing three different software programs before adopting the current ePCR software earlier this year. The station’s fleet will receive technology updates, such as new tablets, modems and mounts, which will reflect what is in use at other ProTransport-1 stations using the ePCR. Station 2-11 in Modesto will transition to the ePCR for the first time, with mandatory hands-on training planned for the coming weeks.
Central Valley team members will be notified of the training schedule once it is finalized and scheduled to attend an ePCR training class. The training schedule will get underway with open classes team members may attend at their own discretion in lieu of the classes for which they are scheduled.