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Certification Classes


EMR (Emergency Medical Responder)

Emergency medical responders are trained to provide pre-hopsital care for the sick and injured. Emergency medical responders are trained in first aid, patient assessment, and basic life support to include CPR and AED training but work with a limited scope of practice. Although an EMR can be employed by an EMS service to work on an ambulance, typically they are law emforcement and fire service members that assist EMS.

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EMT (Emergency Medical Technician)

Emergency medical technician training is more extensive than just first air and cpr. EMT's are extensively trained in the pre-hospital care of the sick and injured to include bleeding control, shock management, spinal immobilization, and patient assessment. EMT training consists of classroom lecture, reading, ER clinical rotations, and ambulance clinical rotations. An EMT is the basic service provider of an ambulance service.

Information   Orientation Packet

AEMT (Advanced Emergency Medical Technician)

AEMT training goes beyond EMT training to include IV access, limited medication administration, and endotracheal intubation.

Information   Orientation Packet



Hybrid 24 hour EMT class for RNs.