This course is intended to train paramedics in hematology, infectious disease, abuse and assault, challenged patients, extrication awareness, ambulance operations, medical incident command, crime scene awareness, rural EMS, and assessment-based management. It includes classroom theory and laboratory experience.

Prereq: Program admission; current license as an EMT-B; C or better in EMT124, EMT125, EMT126, EMT127, EMT130, and EMT131.

Coreq: EMT230; EMT231.

Not Currently Scheduled
Credit
4.5