MD002247 7The Emergency Medical Technician course, EMS 110, introduces basic emergency medical care. Topics include:

  • preparatory
  • airway
  • patient assessment
  • medical emergencies
  • trauma
  • infants and children
  • operations

This course is 8 credit hours.  It will include 96 hours of lecture and 96 hours of lab. 

Course completers should be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve North Carolina State or National Registry EMT certification.

Students who complete the EMT credential are encouraged to consider the associate degrees in Emergency Medical Science or Respiratory Therapy.

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