The Objective of the EMT- Intermediate program is to train students for Certification as a Georgia Emergency Medical Technician. The course is based on the U.S Department of Transportation (DOT) guidelines for EMT intermediate course curriculum, including but not limited to: Preparation and Introduction to Emergency Medical Care, Patient Assessment and Basic Life Support, Medical Behavioral emergencies, obstetrics, gynecology, trauma, (infants and children) and EMS operations. The Program is divided into five 125-hour modules followed by a 160-hour clinical rotation on advanced ambulance shifts and Emergency Room rotations. Graduates of the program receive a Diploma upon completion and are certified as a Georgia Emergency Medical Technician.
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