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2013-2014 Catalog & Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Emergency Medical Services


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Robert Dent, Dean 210 DFHS 685-4589
Kay Floyd, Division Secretary
206 DFHS 685-4600
Tracy Davis, Program Chair
A33 AMS 685-5551
Faculty    
  Leland Hart  A32 AMS 685-5571

Emergency Medical Services is a Health Science profession recognized by the American Medical Association. A competent member of this profession will recognize, assess, and manage medical emergencies under the direction of a physician and primarily provide pre-hospital emergency care to acutely ill patients by ambulance service and secondarily in other appropriate settings (such as hospitals). Midland College offers an associate degree (2 years) or individualized courses preparing students to write the National Registry of EMT's for Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) after the first eight (8) semester hours and the National Registry of EMT's exam for Paramedic after completion of EMT training and an additional 35 semester hours (12 months) of course work.

The Midland College Paramedic program has been awarded initial accreditation by the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoA EMSP) through the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP).

The degree and certificate in this field offered by Midland College and the courses needed to achieve these credentials are presented in the following sections. Students interested in this program should contact the Division office to obtain additional information and/or acquire a degree or certificate plan.

Special Admission Requirements: The Emergency Medical Services program has a limited enrollment based on specific admission criteria. For information regarding the admission criteria, see the program brochure or the Emergency Medical Services program director.

The following is the suggested sequence of courses for this degree. However, courses that do not have a prerequisite do not have to be taken in order. Emergency Medical Services (EMSP) courses must be taken according to the suggested sequence. Part-time students may require more than five semesters to complete their degrees.

Programs

    Associate of Applied ScienceCertificate

    Summary of Certificates Offered

    In addition to the many degrees offered by Midland College, there are also many certificates that students have to choose from.

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