Richmond Pharmacology’s London Bridge Unit is now officially an ILS Resuscitation Council Course Centre. The exciting news means we can now officially train staff and external candidates in Immediate Life Support. The status continues Richmond Pharmacology’s commitment to the highest safety standards internally, but also support other Phase one facilities and hospitals in providing ILS training. Our internal training has already begun with David Applegate, Kumi Takami, and Mizuki Konno already passing there ILS Re-certification course . Also pictured, Franklin Gordon, our Resuscitation Simulation & Clinical Skills Practitioner, Congratulations all round!
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