Emergency Medical Technician course starting October 15
Posted on 8/13/2012
EMS students are taught livesaving techniques through this course.
An Emergency Medical Technician course will be offered in Rugby beginning October 15, conducted by Rugby Emergency Medical Services' Education Coordinator Jennifer Reed. Classes will be held Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6 to 10 p.m. through February 23, 2013.
The course, approximately 150 hours, uses a combination of classroom, self study, skills labs and direct observation on an ambulance to prepare individuals to care for victims of sudden illness or injury. Upon successful completion of the course, students are eligible for national and state licensing exams. A limited number of temporary paid student positions are available for this course. Continued employment is subject to class performance and evaluations by staff.
The cost of the course is free to any member of the Rugby Emergency Medical Services team or employees of Heart of America Medical Center. For all others, please contact Rugby EMS for tuition costs.
For further information on the EMT course, please contact Jennifer Reed at 776-5455 ext. 2153 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in joining the Rugby EMS team, please contact Ken Reed at 776-5455 ext. 2147 or email@example.com.
Thank you for the wonderful care I received at Heart of America Medical Center and Johnson Clinic. Even though my stay was brief, their care for me was the best. Charlotte Brandt, Rugby
Heart of America Medical Center 800 South Main Avenue Rugby, ND 58368 Tel: 701.776.5261 Fax: 701.776.5448 TDD: 701.776.5043