EMS 200 Paramedic I

Credit Hours: 
Course Description: 

Provides an overview of preparatory EMS systems, injury prevention, medical, legal, and ethical issues as well as general patient assessment before progressing through advanced assessment in the areas of respiratory and neurologic conditions. Reviews life span development and public health for EMS. Course ends by focusing on pathophysiology as it relates to various body systems/functions in the presence of disease or injury.

EMT Basic MI License, BIO-233, and BIO-234 with "C" or better. Complete MATH-0894 or MATH-080 with a "C" grade or better or a satisfactory score on the Math placement exam. ENG-131 eligible or a satisfactory score on the English placement exam.
EMS-206, EMS-210, and EMS-290

All advanced level EMS students must maintain a current CPR card for the Healthcare
Provider, American Heart Association.