Medical First Responder Training

EMT 110
3 CR

The Medical First Responder Course is designed to provide licensure for the student with the Michigan Department of Public Health as a medical first responder. This course is based on the 1997 medical first responder curriculum as established by the Michigan Department of Public Health EMS Division. Students who successfully complete the requirements of this course will be licensed as medical first responders with the Michigan Department of Public Health EMS Division. This course is designed to provide the student with the knowledge of what to do for a patient prior to the arrival of an ambulance. This course is designed for anyone who may be required to provide care for a sick or injured individual prior to the arrival of an ambulance. This includes (but is not limited to) firefighters, police officers, and first response team members. The course includes: training in CPR; bleeding control; airway management; splinting; extrication; oxygen therapy; and medical, environmental, and other emergencies. [32-32-64] Lab Fee

Prerequisites: None