Emergency Medical Services
The Emergency Medical Service programs at Jackson College offers a student a variety of pathways to choose from. The programs offer flexible classroom structures: hybrid, fully online and hands-on experience in a state-of-the-art classroom and driving simulator. The programs prepare the student to be entry-level in delivering safe, high quality pre-hospital emergency patient care. The emergency medical technician is trained to respond to emergency calls where they will provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured, and to transport the patient to a medical facility.
Jackson College’s programs are created to allow students to stack their credentials as they progress through advancing levels of skill in the medical pathways.
- EMT – Paramedic Certificate: The EMT-P certificate pathway requires a minimum of 43-55 credits
- EMT – Basic Certificate: the EMT-Basic certificate pathway requires a minimum of 16 credits
- EMT – Basic Courses: The EMT-Basic pathway requires a minimum of 12 credits
- EMR – License Courses: The EMR pathway requires a minimum of 6 credits
For more information about Careers in Emergency Medicine visit the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services website.