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EMT Training Site

I have been working with an EMT Training website, helping to gather information and providing technical expertise as an IT Consultant. The site will feature a blog dedicated to EMT Training with a wide variety of information for people seeking a career or simply more knowledge about this ever important medical field. EMTs (Emergency Medical Technicians) typically respond to emergency medical calls, aid in transporting patients to hospitals, and assist doctors with a variety of medical procedures. EMTs are well-trained specialists who must be able to quickly assess a patient’s condition in a variety of conditions. EMT Training is often extensive, covering a wide variety of medical treatments. Training can be compared to that of nurses, paramedics, and other intense medical professions.

Trained EMTs are certified in levels to determine the level of training they have acquired. In the US, the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) defines four levels of EMT training: EMT-B (Basic Training), EMT-I/85 (Intermediate), EMT-I/99 (Higher Level Intermediate), and EMT-P (Paramedic Trained).

Many states have their unique licenses, including Advanced Practice Paramedics, Critical Care Paramedics, Wilderness Paramedic, and Flight Paramedic.

EMT careers are growing with the rising need of quality healthcare and effective emergency response.

Learn more about EMT Training.

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