Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)

Emergency Medical Responder (Independent Study)


The Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) course prepares individuals for employment in a variety of pre-hospital, industrial and first responder settings. The successful completion of an approved First Responder course is a pre-requisite to pursuing training as a Fire Fighter and many Law Enforcement programs.

-- For more information contact Marge Fagerstrom, (320) 629-5199 or fagerstromm@pine.edu, or Kathy Anderson, (320) 629-5176 or andersonk@pine.edu

 

Emergency Medical Responder Initial & Refresher


Emergency Medical Responder course provides instruction in emergency medical care for those who are first on the scene of an accident or medical emergency; intended for police officers, firefighters, and other public safety personnel. Includes patient assessment, CPR, airway management including oxygen, adjunct airways and other resuscitation equipment, medical emergencies including seizures, strokes, heart attacks, poisonings and cover trauma management as well as bandaging, splinting and spinal immobilization. Students will be certified upon completion through the Minnesota Emergency Medical Services Regulatory Board.

Companies looking for an Emergency Medical Responder, please contact Marge Fagerstrom at: 320-629-5199 or email her at fagerstromm@pine.edu. We can deliver this course to your facility at the time and dates that will work for your responders.