EMT Program

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The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) formerly know as EMT-Basic course includes lectures and skill labs to care for medical and trauma related emergencies.  The course will also cover mass casualty care, anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, and medical legal.  All students will conduct lab sessions in our 4 ALS training ambulances which will include obstacle course driving.  The course will include a minimum of 152 of classroom and 64 hours of clinicals and internships with area hospitals and 911 EMS providers.  Upon successful completion of the course participants will be eligible to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) written exam for national certification.
  • Prerequisites:
    • 18 years of age at time course concludes.
    • High School Diploma or GED at time course concludes.
    • Those convicted for any type of sexual assault may not become certified by TxDSHS and all other criminal acts are reviewed by TXDSHS on a case by case basis.  Contact the school to speak with a program coordinator for assistance.
 
  • Course Fees:
    • $1525 (a minimum of 1/2 of the course fee is due at time of registration to reserve a seat and is non-refundable.  The remaining balance is due the first night of class.) EMTS does accept the GI Bill.
    • Includes; course textbooks, classroom, lab and clinical fees, clinical polo, liability insurance $1m/2m, AHA BLS certification.
    • Does not include; immunizations if not current, drug testing fee ($40), stethoscope ($22), trauma shears ($5).  Upon completion of the course students will be responsible for NREMT exam fees ($90), TxDSHS application ($64), FACT criminal background for certification ($42).
 

EMTS NATIONAL REGISTRY RESULTS FOR LAST REPORTING YEAR

  Jan 2014 to Dec 2014 Jan 2013 to Dec 2013
EMT-Basic EMT-Basic
Texas Pass % 79% 78%
National Pass % 79% 80%
EMTS Pass % 88% 90%
EMTS Ranking in Metroplex
EMT Program 2014 : #9 in state for volume students.  #2 in the state for private EMS schools and #1 in metroplex.
Why is this important? EMTS has a high pass percentage but also  high enrollment.  EMTS does not simply pass the top performing students to increase our pass percentage.  
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