Baker College of Cadillac Offers EMT Program in Gaylord

March 14, 2011

Baker College of Cadillac will offer an EMT-Paramedic certificate program this spring in Gaylord. Classes, which begin Monday, April 4, will be held every Monday and Wednesday, from 4 p.m. until 10 p.m., at Otsego Memorial Hospital, 825 N. Center Ave., Gaylord.

“We wanted to reach out to individuals in northern Michigan who, due to busy schedules and other restrictions, could not travel to Baker’s Cadillac campus,” said Kelly Smith, Baker College of Cadillac president. “This new program offers residents of Gaylord and surrounding communities the opportunity to train for a challenging and rewarding career in a high-demand field.”

The Baker College of Cadillac EMT-Paramedic certificate program meets or exceeds state requirements for paramedic training. In order to fully prepare students for the challenges of emergency medical care, the program includes classroom instruction in advanced emergency medical and trauma care, as well as extensive clinical training and internship opportunities. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be eligible to take the National Registry for EMTs exam, a requirement for licensure in Michigan.

For more information about the Baker College of Cadillac EMT-Paramedic certificate program offered this spring in Gaylord, please contact the admissions office at 231.876.3100.

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