EMS Programs

EMS Programs

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)  - View Program
Baker College offers the 200+ hour EMT program for college credit. Baker's EMT program exceeds federal and state requirements and includes hands-on National Safety Council ambulance driver training, Hazardous Materials Awareness, and Incident Command for EMS. Baker EMT graduates are eligible to participate in the National Registry of EMT's examination process and subsequently attain State of Michigan licensure. 

EMT Specialist
Baker College offers the 120+ hour EMT specialist program for college credit. Baker's EMT Specialist program exceeds federal and state requirements. This program features classroom instruction in core topics like advanced airway management, intravenous therapy, and introduction to pharmacology. Upon successful completion of the course the graduates are eligible to participate in the National Registry of EMT's examination process and subsequently attain State of Michigan licensure.

Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic (EMTP)  - View Program
Baker College offers the 1100+ hour Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic program. The comprehensive education program features classroom instruction in core topics like anatomy & physiology and medical terminology, then continues through advanced emergency medical and trauma care with extensive clinical/internship opportunities at leading hospitals, EMS agencies, and non-traditional sites. A decidedly hands-on approach prepares students to synthesize solutions to changing patient conditions rather than simply apply textbook rules to their care plans. Baker's EMTP program meets or exceeds the latest federal and state requirements, and includes hands-on training in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), 12-Lead ECG, Incident Command for EMS, Hazardous Materials Awareness, and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). Baker EMTP graduates are eligible to participate in the National Registry of EMT's examination process and subsequently attain State of Michigan licensure.

Emergency Medical Services Management - View Program
This program is designed to meet the needs of students who are currently employed in or are planning to pursue a career in Emergency Medical Services Management. Understanding the necessary skills for individual and group problem-solving is required in the contemporary employment world and will be stressed and developed. Students must enter the program with paramedic certification. Prerequisite: Approved 48 credit hours from an accredited institution. (Minimum GPA 2.0)

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