Athens institute of Allied Health (Main campus)

Emergency Medical Technician

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If caring for sick and injured people in emergency situations sounds rewarding, a career as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) could be for you. EMTs work in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and are a vital link in the chain of health care. EMTs are first responders to medical incidents and accident scenarios where they provide care and facilitate transportation to more advanced medical facilities.

Become a Certified Phlebotomy Technician
with Athens Institute of Allied Healthcare

Get certified in less time and gain real hands-on experience at Athens Institute of Allied Health. Taught by veteran EMS professionals, our program prepares you for real-life challenges using current technology and techniques. This includes realistic emergency simulations and local ambulance clinical hours, allowing you to experience what it means to be an EMT before achieving certification. Athens Institute of Allied Health also provides testing assistance for those who need a little extra help.

Taught by experienced EMS professionals with current expertise, our workshop-style classes include real-world implementations, hands-on training, and instruction to ensure you master the knowledge and skills you need to save lives. All students will also have clinicals on an ambulance and in an Emergency Room setting to further prepare them for success.

14 Day Course

Our 14-Day accelerated EMT program is the fastest in the state. We know time is money, and we don’t want to waste either of yours. This program is 14 days straight (including weekends) from 8:00 AM until 8:00 PM. These 14 days include classroom lecture and clinical hours both on an ambulance and in the emergency room.

30 Day Course

We know not everyone can be here for 14 days straight. You might have work, a family, or maybe there is another reason why the 14 day program won’t work for you. That’s why we also offer a 30-Day program. We cover the exact same material and you get to experience the exact same number of clinical hours on an ambulance and emergency room, just over a longer period of time due to shorter amount of hours per day. The classroom lecture portion of this class is Monday through Friday from 6:30 PM until 10:30 PM. The ambulance and emergency room rotations are Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 AM until 8:00 PM.

The prerequisite course

*Indicates prerequisite exists. Student must complete the prerequisite course prior to entry into this course of have the instructor’s permission to enter the course.”
CPT Cirriculum

The outlook for the Phlebotomy Technician field is positive, according to the U.S. Department of Labor—experts predict that the field will continue to grow by more than 20 percent in the coming years. Due in large part to advances in healthcare technology and longer life expectancies among the population, the growth offers opportunities for qualified candidates in Florida and throughout the United States. medical clinics and more.

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Steps To Get Started

To qualify for graduation from this program the students must demonstrate competency in each of the patient care skills and successfully complete the both externships. Graduates in this program will be qualified to find entry-level positions in doctor’s offices, hospitals, nursing and convalescent health care facilities.
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