Emergency Medical Responder – License Courses

The Medical First Responder course (MFR) is a minimum 75-hour lecture, lab and practical based emergency medical education program in a wide variety of medical and trauma settings. This level of education is the first level of licensure that the State of Michigan recognizes for a professional emergency healthcare provider. The scope of practice is typically utilized by rural Fire Departments, Police and Security agencies, industrial plant workers, lifeguards, search and rescue teams, along with private and public-school personnel.

Course Requirements

Take the following prerequisite or corequisite courses

Course # Course Name Credits Prerequisites Notes
EMS 113 Medical First Responder 4

The medical first responder course (MFR) is a minimum 64-hour lecture, lab and practical based emergency medical education program in a wide variety of medical and trauma settings. This level of education is the first level of licensure that the State of Michigan recognizes for a professional emergency healthcare provider. The scope of practice is typically utilized by rural fire departments, police and security agencies, industrial plant workers, lifeguards, search and rescue teams, along with private and public school personnel.

EMS 1110 Medical First Responder Lab 2