Emergency medical technician

Learn about the essential skills and training required to become an emergency medical technician. Discover how you can make a difference in people's lives and be prepared to handle any emergency situation.

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Nicoma Quinn
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This short-term vocational Emergency Medical Technician program is intended to prepare students to become EMTs to work for an ambulance service or in related fire departments, hospitals, or other rescue services. This program is specifically for noncredit students who are seeking training in the public safety field for immediate employment. Furthermore, this program will also provide foundational skills and training for students to enter into more advanced public safety programs. Students…

María Hincapié
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Paramedic Sticker Where can I find other paramedic designs? Expand or collapse section. In addition to paramedic designs, you can explore the marketplace for emt, nurse, and ambulance designs sold by independent artists. What material is this item made of? Expand or collapse section. Individually die cut vinyl sticker. Semi gloss finish. 3 x 4 inch max size includes a thin white border around the sticker. Not recommended for automobile use. Perfect for placing on your laptop, notebook or…

Eytan Farago
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I had the idea for this image recently while having a busy shift on the ambulance. We were dealing with several high acuity calls when we were called to a simple hospital transfer. I was thinking that if our patient knew what had happened on the stretcher she was sitting on just moments ago she wouldn't be as at ease with where she was. I then starting thinking of all the things that happen in the back of my ambulance when I'm not on shift. ...If these walls could talk.

Sandy Powers