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Emergency Medical Technology/Critical Care Certificate


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CIP CODE: 51.0904

Successful completion of the Certificate in EMT/Critical Care Technician Program prepares graduates for admission to the New York State Health Department examinations for certification as a EMT-Critical Care Technician.  The course sequence includes classroom, hands-on skill development, hospital clinical experience, and field internships.  The Certificate includes only the courses required for admission to the New York State Department of Health EMT-Critical Care certification exams.

Program Learning Outcomes:

  1. Synthesize patho-physiological and psychosocial principles to adapt the assessment and treatment plan for medical emergencies, trauma emergencies and diverse patients.
  2. Describe various medical devices that might be encountered while caring for medical emergencies, trauma emergencies and other diverse patients and explain how to trouble shoot common devices.
  3. Synthesize patho-physiological principles with basic and advanced assessment findings to articulate a field impression, and subsequently develop and implement treatment plans.
  4. Describe and be able to implement the principles of rescue operations to safely rescue a patient.
  5. Graduates will be prepared to take the New York State Department of Health exams for EMT-Critical Care Technician.


Paramedic Program Administrator and Student Advisor
David Tinklepaugh
Office: Business Building, Room 002
Telephone: 607 778-5542
E-mail: tinklepaughd@sunybroome.edu

Program Supervisor
Kerry Weber, Chairperson
Office: Business Building, Room 107
Telephone: 607 778-5008
E-mail: kalickweberkc@sunybroome.edu

Program Coordinator
Michael Washington
Office: Business Building, Room 234
Telephone: 607 778-5135
E-mail: washingtonmf@sunybroome.edu

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