EMT ParamedicTechnical Diploma
Do you want to help people by providing emergency care at the scene and en route to a medical facility? Emergency medical technician-paramedic may be for you!
EMT-Paramedic is an 1150-hour program that prepares you with the knowledge and skills to work competently as an entry-level EMT-Paramedic. The program consists of classroom lectures, practical skills lab, laboratory simulations, and hospital and pre-hospital clinical experiences. Current Wisconsin licensure as an Emergency Medical Technician or higher is required prior to beginning Paramedic core courses. Mid-State’s EMT-Paramedic program offers additional certifications in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Trauma Life Support, and Pediatric Advanced Life Support. Coursework is based upon the U.S. Department of Transportation Administration/Wisconsin Bureau of Local Health Support and EMS curriculum.
Students who successfully complete the program are eligible to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician written and practical examinations.
- Emergency Department Technician
- EMS Provider
- First Responder
- Urgent Care Technician
|10531912||Paramedic Medical Principles||4.00|
|10531913||Patient Assessment Principles||3.00|
|10531915||Paramedic Respiratory Management||2.00|
|10531917||Paramedic Clinical/Field 1||3.00|
|10531955||Paramedic Cardiology 1||2.00|
|10531919||Paramedic Medical Emergencies||4.00|
|10531921||Special Patient Populations||3.00|
|10531956||Paramedic Cardiology 2||2.00|
|10531957||Paramedic Field Experience||3.00|
|10531958||Paramedic Field Leadership||1.00|