AHEA 200 - Emergency Medical Technician
9.5 credit (6 lecture, 2.25 lab, 1.25 clinical) 9.5 contact hours [Background check and minimum score of 82 on Compass Reading Test or , 70 on Compass Writing Test or , and or 36 on Compass Pre-Algebra Test or ]*
In this program students will learn the fundamentals of pre-hospital emergency medicine, including critical interventions for ill and injured patients. Basic anatomy and physiology, patient assessment, bandaging, splinting, oxygen administration, and how emergency medical services systems function will be covered.
The course work prepares successful students to take the National Registry examination for licensure as an Emergency Medical Technician. The Emergency Medical Technician training program includes lecture, lab, and clinical time as approved by the Michigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services, Bureau of Health Services. Successful students are eligible to take the National Registry exam for EMT-Basic and may receive licensure.
OFFERED: fall semesters
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