is the director of Wilderness Medicine Outfitters
(WMO), one of the nation’s leading backcountry schools of medicine. Mr. Weil receives National recognition having progressed through the ranks of National Association for Search & Rescue from EMT student, to apprentice instructor, to full instructor, to faculty level instructor, one of only 6 in the U.S., (spring of 1995). A third generation guide, rancher, and horseman, Carl Weil has received numerous credentials including Nationally Registered EMT, EMT-IV/MAST, Colorado Instructor-Coordinator, CPR Instructor Trainer, a National Wilderness Instructor trainer designation and the prestigious Fellow of the Academy of Wilderness Medicine.
Wilderness Medicine Outfitters offers Wilderness First Responder (WFM), Wilderness Emergency Medical Responder (WEMT), and Wilderness Survival courses among many others. They also provide insurance program design services for outfitters, mountaineers, and climbing gyms. Organizations that benefit from WMO’s services include: The American Alpine Club (AAC), The Access Fund, Outdoor Recreation Coalition of America (ORCA now OIA), The American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA), and hundreds of clubs, guide services, and schools with experiential programs and climbing walls across America.
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- WFR/WEMT Module Courses
- Insurance Program Design
- Survival Courses
- Weather Cancellation Policies
- Medical Histories
- Medical Protocols
- Personal Injury Consultation
National Geographic listed "eight tools to save your hide abroad" and said in the May adventure issue: Get your facts straight with the new wilderness first aid reference book from Wilderness Medicine Outfitters. The book is good for wilderness first aiders, wilderness first responders, physicians or those with little medical training...
Written from over 40 years foundation of innovative improvisational medical and trauma care. Over a dozen contributors fill this aggressive but terse book designed to help those far from help in all aspects improvisational to remote care whether it is from a natural disaster or terrorist destruction.
This book is published by Wilderness Medical Outfitters and is best used with a class on Wilderness First Aid by WMO. Chapters include discussions on Emergency Medical Field, Anatomy and Physiology, Assessment, Cardiac/Pulmonary, Wounds, Internal - G.I/G.U., Environmental, Evacuation, Skeletal, First-Aid Items...