Frequently Asked Questions & Answers
What is a First Responder?
Answer: First responder is a term used to describe the first medically-trained responder to arrive on scene of an emergency, accident, natural or human-made disaster, or similar event. Such people may be police or other law enforcement, firefighters, search and rescue volunteers, lifeguards, or lay rescuers.
What is an EMT?
Answer: An Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) is a term used to denote a healthcare provider trained to provide pre-hospital emergency medical services. EMTs are trained to assess a patient’s condition, and to perform such emergency medical procedures as are needed to maintain a patient airway with adequate breathing and cardiovascular circulation until the patient can be transferred to an appropriate destination for advanced medical care. Interventions include cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), defibrillation, controlling bleeding, preventing shock, body immobilization to prevent spinal damage, and splinting of bone fractures.
What is a Paramedic?
Answer: A Paramedic (EMT-P) is a medical professional who provides pre-hospital advanced medical and trauma care. A paramedic is charged with providing emergency on-scene treatment, crisis intervention, life-saving stabilization and transport of ill or injured patients to definitive emergency medical and surgical treatment facilities, such as hospitals and trauma centers.
CCCC/EMTS, Inc. EMS Consortium has completed our first step in the CoAEMSP/CAAHEP
It is with great pleasure, that I am able to announce on behalf of our Advisory Committee, that we have completed our first step in the CoAEMSP/CAAHEP accreditation process.:::READ MORE:::
Upcoming Class Listing
SUMMER EMT BASIC COURSE
Date: June 5, 2017
Tactical Emergency Casualty Care TECC
Date: June 5, 2017