SSEM students gain experience with Houston Fire Department
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October 5, 2017
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SSEM students gain experience with Houston Fire Department

Medical students with the Student Society of Emergency Medicine (SSEM) came prepared to learn, observe, and even cook breakfast for first responders at Houston Fire Station 33 in the heart of the Texas Medical Center last month, as part of a partnership designed to give students firsthand experiences with EMS’s role in emergency care.

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