American Health provides EMT and Paramedics curricula that enables EMT and Paramedics professionals to earn Continuing Education Units (CEU) in their field of practice. These three or five-day courses can be delivered at your hospital or medical training facility.
American Health EMT and Paramedics programming includes lectures plus lab and simulation practice. All courses are presented in a “competency-based” learning format which means students will benefit from greater individualized learning.
The following topics are taught by faculty experts who represent some of American Health’s educational partners.
- Medical Terminology (5 days)
- Trauma Care and Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) (3 days)
- Advanced Pre-Hospital Care (3 days)
- Patient Assessment in EMS (3 days)
- Ambulance Safety Inspection (3 days)
- EMS Pharmacology and Intervention, Intra-osseous and Central Line Access and Medication Administration (3 days)
- Airway Intervention and Management during Emergency (3 days)
- ECG Interpretation (3 days)
- Basic and Advanced Disaster Life Support (3 days)
- PCI for STEMI Program and Advanced ECG Acute Myocardial Infarction Treatment (3 days)
The topics above are standard course topics taught regularly in the United States by American Health’s educational partners. Teaching the Continuing Education EMT and Paramedics courses are faculty experts from the following American Health Affiliated Institutions:
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- Mount Sinai Medical School
- Harvard Medical School
- George Washington University Medical School
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For more information about American Health’s Continuing Education Programs, download specific programs in PDF format.