This Education Program consists of 200 clock hours of instruction and is designed to provide the student with the skills and knowledge to assess and manage patients who are acutely ill or seriously injured. Training is provided through classroom lecture, demonstrations, skills practice/competency verification, and actual patient care in the pre hospital environment and the hospital emergency department.
Upon completion of the Emergency Medical Technician program at Campbellsville University, the student will be eligible to take the certification examination through the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) http://www.nremt.org/
All prospective students must apply to the Allied Health program at Campbellsville University at www.linniegreenberg.net and submit a copy of a complete high school transcript or GED scores. Students are required to present a government-issued, and non-expired photo ID. All Allied Health students must consent to a background check and drug screen prior to clinical externships.
Tuition: $5,500. Cost includes tuition, books, malpractice insurance, background check, drug screen, certification exam fee, and supply kit.
Monroe County, Kentucky