Health & Human Services

Emergency Medical Services


EMS Recertification Class


(EMS 5675 - 1 credit hour)

 

Class Description
The purpose of the EMS Recertification class is to provide students with an updated academic and working knowledge of current EMS practice. It provides the current treatment modalities used in the out-of-hospital setting. It can be used for continuing education credit with the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services by currently certified EMS providers. This class is open to all interested in EMS care.

 

Location of Class
This class can be taught at any of the Cowley centers. Special arrangements can be made where the instructors teach at various organizations such as fire departments, emergency medical services or hospitals.

 

Availability
This class is offered when requested and scheduled during the later months of the year. Flexible scheduling is also available in certain situations.

 

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Open enrollment.

 

Healthcare Education Statement
The dominant accrediting body for healthcare organizations, the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), mandated criminal record checks be performed on persons having any opportunity for patient interaction at its accredited hospitals. This includes volunteers, faculty and EMS students. A criminal record check that reveals certain crimes could result in a situation where the EMS student cannot participate in clinical rotations at a healthcare facility. As such, this student could not successfully complete the class.

 

At the present time, this policy will not affect students who take this class because they do not participate in clinicals at a hospital.

 

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