Emergency Medical Responder
EMR's provide immediate lifesaving care to critical patients who access the emergency medical services system. EMRs have the knowledge and skills necessary to provide immediate lifesaving interventions while awaiting additional EMS resources to arrive. EMRs also provide assistance to higher-level personnel at the scene of emergencies and during transport. Emergency Medical Responders are a vital part of the comprehensive EMS response. Under medical oversight, Emergency Medical Responders perform basic interventions with minimal equipment.
Emergency Medical Technician
EMT, Emergency Medical Technician, is the entry level licensure. This class is 160 classroom hours and 20 online hours that teaches the foundation of emergency medical services. This class is a national curriculum that prepares you for your National Registry Certification. Once complete and you have become a licensed EMT, you are then eligible to work towards an Advanced/Cardiac or Paramedic license.
Emergency Medical Technician
EMT, Emergency Medical Technician, is the entry level licensure.
This is a self paced ONLINE/Hybrid EMT program.
You have 12 months to complete the online work from the time you start your learning!
This class is nationally registered so you will be able to test for your EMT license anywhere in the United States upon completion.
Advanced EMT - Cardiac
This is an advanced license beyond your EMT (formally known as basic). You must be a licensed EMT (Basic) as a prerequisite to enrollment to our Advanced Class. In our Advanced EMT-Cardiac, over the course of 220 hours of classroom time, 40 hours of clinical, and 20 hours of field time, you will learn 12 lead EKG interpretation, Pharmacology and interventions such as Endotracheal Intubation and Intraosseous cannulation. You will also be certified in ACLS and PALS.
Paramedic is the highest level of EMS training. It is a nationally recognized program that includes: IV medication therapy, endotracheal intubation and Advanced Life Support skills. Upon successful completion of the program, you will be eligible to sit for the NREMT Paramedic certification exam. Included in this class is NAEMT Advanced Medical Life Support, NAEMT Prehopstial Trauma Life Support and more!
EMT Cardiac to Paramedic
This Course is a fast-paced program that is designed around the extensive knowledge base an EMT Cardiac already possesses! This course will reaffirm the fundamentals of advanced life support skills that have been previously learned and introduce new concepts in ALS like admixtures and formulation of treatment plans. Clinical time is based on documented experience as an EMT Cardiac and skill competency. This course is 6 months long and clinical time can be done during and after the 6 month didactic program. Upon completion of this program, you will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Paramedic exam.
Phlebotomists are trained to draw blood from a patient for clinical or medical testing, transfusions, donations, or research. Phlebotomists collect blood primarily by performing venipunctures. The duties of a phlebotomist may include practicing the required forms of asepsis, performing the skin/vein puncture, withdrawing blood into containers or tubes. Phlebotomists are also responsible for instructing patients on post-puncture care, ordering tests per the doctor’s requisition and more. This class is 8 weeks long and runs Mondays - Tuesday and Thursdays. We offer both day class 9am to 1pm and evening class 6pm to 10pm.
Patient Care Technician
CNA + Phlebotomist + EKG Tech all in one certification - PCT!
This is CNA to the next level! If you want to go beyond just CNA and work in environments like Emergency rooms and hospitals, look no further. This is a triple certification. CNA certification, Phlebotomy Certification, and EKG Technician. You will start with CNA which is an 8-week course that runs Monday - Thursday. You will then advance to EKG Technician is 4 weeks long, Monday, Tuesday, and Thursdays. Lastly, you will begin your journey into phlebotomy which runs for 8 weeks, Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. You will be sent to our clinical sites to obtain all required field experience upon completion of your didactic portion. These classes are offered day time 9am to 1pm and evening 6pm to 10pm.
EKG technicians work in hospitals or clinics. They help in routine physical exams, as well as screening procedures before a patient undergoes surgery. To do so, EKG techs use specialized equipment, such as EKG machines. They may perform and administer electrocardiograms, stress testing, Holter monitoring, and telemetry monitoring tests. EKG Technician is 4 weeks long, Monday, Tuesday, and Thursdays. Day 9a to 1p or Evening 6p to 10p.
Medical Billing and Coding
When considering a job in healthcare it’s always helpful to consider what jobs are in demand. Billing and coding experts are needed now more than ever. During this course you’ll be introduced to commonly used classification systems, such as ICD-9, CPT, DSM-IV and HCPCS. You’ll gain the training, knowledge and certification you need to embark on a rewarding and stable position as a billing and coding associate.
A Cardio-Phlebotomy Technician is cross-trained in both Phlebotomy and EKG procedures and techniques including blood draws, specimen testing, infection control, how to operate, adjust and maintain EKG heart monitors, and how to understand the results of the electrocardiograph recordings. Cardio-Phlebotomy Technicians work in hospitals, Doctors offices, Urgent Care facilities, Cardiac Rehabs and more.
Certified Nursing Assistant
Are you looking to get into healthcare? Looking to make a difference and earn a GREAT living too? CNA is the course for you! We run our CNA classes every 8 weeks at our Providence Rhode Island Campus and we offer easy no credit check financing options to enroll in our program!
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