This certification is geared for the delivery of emergency medical care by non-medical personnel: police or safety team members. Training ranges from first aid and basic life support.
Emergency Medical Responders (EMR's) are personnel, typically not found within the healthcare setting, who as part of their job have to care for the sick and injured before an ambulance arrives. These individuals are educated to stabilize patients using very limited amounts of medical equipment. Police officers, safety officers, and others who would be expected to arrive at the scene of an injury or illness before the ambulance could benefit from this education. Students will use lecture and laboratory environments to learn the skills needed to care for patients. For more information, contact the EMS department at (937) 512-5338 for an entrance application packet.
EMR’s education can be used as within firefighting, police or safety officer roles. Most companies/departments will not hire a person who is solely an EMR. The purpose of this education is to augment the skills of those who may need to care for the sick and injured before the ambulance arrives.
The EMR program at Sinclair Community College complies with all requirements as outlined by the Ohio Division of Emergency Medical Services (state accrediting body). In accordance, the department teaches that National EMS Educational Standards published in 2009. Successful students will be eligible to sit for state certification testing and eventually be eligible to become licensed / certified as an EMR.
There is no signature required for registration. Students may register in-person or on-line.
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This program is accredited by the Ohio Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Medical Services. Graduates of this program are eligible to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians EMR examination. Contact the EMS office at Sinclair Community College for additional information about accreditation or national testing.