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Become an EMT

Rewarding career as AN EMT is closer than you might think

Do you feel a calling to help people when they are sick or injured? Have you ever considered becoming an Emergency Medical Technician? If you’re looking for a rewarding career, we’re looking for you.

To become a Med Center Health EMT, you must be 18 years old, read, write and understand English, have a high school diploma or equivalent and have a current CPR certification equivalent to the American Heart Association’s Course C for Professional Rescuers.

An EMT is trained to provide initial stabilization of a sick or injured person. Trained also in bleeding control, treatment of shock, monitoring vital signs, splinting factures, spinal immobilization, oxygen administration and other basic level skills, an EMT is prepared for virtually anything they might see in the real world.

Med Center Health offers an EMT training course, which the prospective EMT must complete, usually about 130 hours. The next step is for course graduates to successfully pass the National Registry of EMTs, Basic Exam. Once certified, some additional training, such as use of the Automated External Defibrillator for certain cardiac conditions is also taught.

Learn more about the EMT Training Class.

The EMT-B class will be sponsored by Medical Center EMS, taught by state certified Instructors, satisfying all requirements for students to test for their National Registry and obtain state EMT certification. Classes begin February 16 and are for 16 weeks. Tuesday/Thursday classes will last from 5PM-9PM. Length of class and exact dates may change as needed by the instructors.

Applications will be accepted until December 16.

COVID-19 proof of vaccination is mandatory. Proof of negative TB skin test is also mandatory.

Cost of the class is $1,200; this includes textbook, uniform polo shirt, and the course itself. Some additional fees will be required at the end of the course for testing and applications to test. Students will be expected to purchase their own Khaki tactical pants and black non-slip boots as part of the required uniform. Strict uniform and grooming standards will be enforced.

Payment in full is expected the first day of class.

For more information, contact an instructor at EMSClass@mchealth.net

Fill in the online EMT Training Course application below or download the form.