EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
Tuition Includes:
3-4 Months of Training
Free Tutoring Sessions
2 Year CPR HealthCare Provider Certification
Life Time Job Placement Assistance
USB With PDF Textbook and Audio Book Installed 
CPR Course Book
1 Uniform Shirt

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*Next Evening Course Will Begin - 03/24/2014 - 06/19/2014
5:30pm - 9:00pm - Mon - Thurs 
Lecture and Lab time –  60+ Sessions - 180+ Hour
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*Next Afternoon &Evening Course Will Begin - 05/26/2014 - 09/18/2014
Afternoon: 2:00pm - 5:00pm - Mon - Thurs 
Evening: 6:00pm - 9:00pm - Mon - Thurs 
Lecture and Lab time –  60+ Sessions - 190+ Hour


Tuition - $1200 (Option A - Payment Plan Available - 
Includes PDF Textbook, Audio Textbook, CPR Book,  and 1 Uniform Shirt 


Tuition - $1400 (Option B - Full Payment Required By First Day Of Class -
Includes TextBook, PDF Textbook, Audio Textbook, CPR Book, Equipment, 
& 2 Uniform Polo Shirts)

(An Additional 30 Hours Have Been Added To The Course On September 2012 - The Price Now Reflects That)

All Students Will Receive A USB With A PDF Version Of The TextBook Along With 
The Audio Version Of The Textbook

FYI We Only Accept Cash, Money Order, Or Bank Certified Check As Payment. (NO PERSONAL CHECKS)

Course Description:
This course combines didactic, psychomotor lab and clinical observation to prepare students to provide emergency care to patients in the pre-hospital setting based on the scope of practice defined by the New York State Department of Health and U.S. Department of Transportation Emergency Medical Technician Basic (EMT-B) curriculum. Emphasis will be placed on the recognition and treatment of life threatening emergencies. Topics to include: Well Being for the EMT-B, Medical-Legal Issues, Airway Management, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Patient Assessment, Medical Emergencies, Trauma, Infants and Children, OBGYN and Operations.

NYS DOH EMS certified courses are required to conduct their courses for a minimum of 150 hours, Here at Code One we exceed those hours. Each of our courses run from 185-210 hours.

The Course also includes CPR Health Care Provider Certification, which takes place within the first few weeks of the program.

Midway through the course, students will go out on two 8 hour tours with FDNY EMS or Empress EMS.
(NYS DOH EMS Requires 10 hours of clinical rotation, Code One gets our students 16 hours of clinical rotation)

Students who successfully complete this course will be eligible to take the New York State Department of Health EMT-B Certification exam.

List of Pre requisites: 
Students must reach their eighteenth birthday by the last day of the month in which they are eligible to sit for the NYS certification examination. 

You do NOT need a high school diploma, GED, or driver's license to enroll in the EMT-B training course and earn your certification.
However, these and other factors may affect getting hired.
See F.A.Q for more course informationEMT-B_FAQ.htmlshapeimage_4_link_0
Responsibilities / Job Description:
Emergency Medical Technicians-Basic (EMT-B) respond to emergency calls to provide efficient and
immediate care to the critically ill and injured, and to transport the patient to a medical facility.
After receiving the call from the dispatcher, the EMT-B drives the ambulance to address or location given,
using the most expeditious route, depending on traffic and weather conditions. The EMT-B must observe
traffic ordinances and regulations concerning emergency vehicle operation.
The EMT-B:
-functions in uncommon situations;
-has a basic understanding of stress response and methods to ensure personal well-being;
-has an understanding of body substance isolation;
-understands basic medical-legal principles;
-functions within the scope of care as defined by state, regional and local regulatory agencies;
-complies with regulations on the handling of the deceased, notifies authorities and arranges for
protection of property and evidence at the scene.

Upon arrival at the scene of crash or illness, the EMT-B parks the ambulance in a safe location to
avoid additional injury. Prior to initiating patient care, the EMT-B will also "size-up" the scene to
determine: that the scene is safe; the mechanism of injury or nature of illness; the total number of patients;
and to request additional help, if necessary. In the absence of law enforcement, the EMT-B creates a safe
traffic environment, such as the placement of road flares, removal of debris and redirection of traffic for the
protection of the injured and those assisting in the care of injured patients. The EMT-B determines the
nature and extent of illness or injury and establishes priority for required emergency care. The EMT-B
renders emergency medical and or trauma care, to adults, children and infants based on assessment
findings. Duties include but are not limited to:
-opening and maintaining an airway;
-ventilating patients;
-administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation, including use of automated external defibrillators;
-providing prehospital emergency medical care of simple and multiple system trauma such as:
- controlling hemorrhage,
- treatment of shock (hypo perfusion),
- bandaging wounds,
- immobilization of painful, swollen, or deformed extremities,
- immobilization of painful, swollen, or deformed neck or spine;
-providing emergency medical care to:
- assist in emergency childbirth,
- manage general medical complaints of altered mental status, respiratory, cardiac, diabetic,
allergic reaction, seizures, poisoning behavioral emergencies, environmental emergencies, and
psychological crises. Additional care is provided based upon assessment of the patient and
obtaining historical information.
-searching for medical identification emblems as a guide to appropriate emergency medical care.
-assisting patients with prescribed medications, including sublingual nitroglycerin, epinephrine auto-injectors
and hand-held aerosol inhalers.
-administration of oxygen, oral glucose and activated charcoal.
-reassuring patients and bystanders by working in a confident, efficient manner.
-avoiding mishandling and undue haste while working expeditiously to accomplish the task.

Where a patient must be extricated from entrapment, the EMT-B assesses the extent of injury and
gives all possible emergency care and protection to the entrapped patient and uses the prescribed techniques
and appliances for safely removing the patient. If needed, the EMT-B radios the dispatcher for additional
help or special rescue and/or utility services. Provides simple rescue service if the ambulance has not been
accompanied by a specialized unit. After extrication, provides additional care in triaging the injured in
accordance with standard emergency procedures.

The EMT-B is responsible for:
-lifting the stretcher (be able to lift and carry 125 pounds),
-placing it in the ambulance and seeing that the patient and stretcher are secured
-continuing emergency medical care while en-route to the medical facility.

The EMT-B uses the knowledge of the condition of the patient and the extent of injuries and the
relative locations and staffing of emergency hospital facilities to determine the most appropriate facility to
which the patient will be transported, unless otherwise directed by medical direction. The EMT-B reports
directly to the emergency department or communications center the nature and extent of injuries, the
number being transported and the destination to assure prompt medical care on arrival. The EMT-B
identifies assessment findings, which may require communications with medical control, for advise and for
notification that special professional services and assistance be immediately available upon arrival at the
medical facility.

The EMT-B:
-constantly assesses the patient en-route to the emergency facility, administers additional care as
indicated or directed by medical control,
-assists in lifting and carrying the patient out of the ambulance and into the receiving medical
facility
-reports verbally and in writing, their observation and emergency medical care of the patient at the
emergency scene and in transit, to the receiving medical facility staff for purposes of records and
diagnostics
-upon request provides assistance to the receiving medical facility staff.
After each call, the EMT-B:
-restocks and replaces used linens, blankets and other supplies,
-cleans all equipment following appropriate disinfecting procedures,
-makes careful check of all equipment so that the ambulance is ready for the next run
-maintains ambulance in efficient operating condition
-ensures that the ambulance is clean and washed and kept in a neat orderly condition
-in accordance with local, state or federal regulations, decontaminates the interior of the vehicle after
transport of patient with contagious infection or hazardous materials exposure.
Additionally the EMT-B:
-determines that vehicle is in proper mechanical condition by checking items required by service
management. Maintains familiarity with specialized equipment used by the service
-attends continuing education and refresher training programs as required by employers, medical
control, licensing or certifying agencies.
Books Needed for Class:
Brady: Emergency Care 12th Edition
ISBN: 013254380X
ISBN-13: 9780132543804











Equipment Needed For Class:
Stethoscope
Blood Pressure Cuff
CPR Face Mask
Paramedic Scissors
Pen Light
O2 Key

Required Uniform:
ANY Royal Blue Polo

Recommend:
Payment Plans Available
Some Vouchers Excepted
GI BILL
VRAP
Vessid (Acces)
Discounts For Police and Correctional Officers