Hartford Hospital School of Allied Health Emergency Medical Technician Program

Hartford Hospital School of Allied Health Emergency Medical Technician Program

Credits Available

  • EMT-Basic (EMT-B); (4 credits, lower division level)
  • EMT-Intermediate (EMT-I); (3 credits, lower division level)

Dates Valid

September 1995 through September 2005

Source of Records

Hartford Hospital School of Allied Health; 560 Hudson Street; Hartford, CT 06106

About the Training Sponsor

One of the chief goals of Hartford Hospital is to "encourage and support comprehensive educational programs which will provide the community with the skilled personnel necessary to provide efficient, high quality health care." The Department of Education's School of Allied Health provides formal training programs in eight different allied health disciplines.

Applying for the Credit

Have your training sponsor submit your transcript or record to the Registrar to apply for the credit.

Course Descriptions

EMT-Basic (EMT-B) (4 credits, lower division level)
This is the initial course to prepare students for state certification as a basic level EMT (EMT-B) in CT. The course includes studying illness and injury as seen in patients, providing pre-hospital medical care in the field, and transporting patients to appropriate medical facilities. Both specific knowledge objectives and practical skills are involved.  Successful completion of the course qualifies the student to take State of CT certification examinations.

EMT-Intermediate (EMT-I) (3 credits, lower division level)
This course is designed to prepare currently certified Emergency Medical Technician-Basics for work as an EMT-Intermediate. The program meets state and federal curriculum requirements, and students who successfully complete the course are eligible to take state and national certification exams. The class emphasizes patient assessment, as well as pathophysiology of conditions commonly encountered by the EMT-Intermediate. Advanced airway management, principles and techniques of intravenous therapy, and application and use of the pneumatic anti-shock garment are also included.