How do I become an EMT in Georgia
EMT - Emergency Medical Technician The EMT-Basic course is designed to train individuals in skills and knowledge necessary to complete the National Registry EMT examination and achieve certification as an Emergency Medical Technician.
How does it work?
Complete the Didactic Portion online
Work at your own pace! The student has six months from the day they start to complete all aspects of the course. The student will spend 140 hours completing the didactic portion online at their own pace.
Complete the hands-on Skills Days
Each student will complete two skills practice days and at least one National Registry Skills Testing Day. These days are posted in advance to accommodate our students' schedules.
Complete the Clinical Rotations
RC Health Services clinical rotations are provided via several major hospitals and Municipal 911 EMS agencies throughout the United States. Students will complete 48 hours of EMS time with at least 6 patient transports, and 24 hours of Emergency Department time.
Enrollment is simple! Here are the steps:
Complete the Program Application online.
Turn in a scanned copy of your government issued photo ID
Make the tuition payment
North Atlanta – Kennesaw Training Center
3185 Cherokee St NW #500
Kennesaw, GA 30144
South Atlanta – Henry County Training Center
295 Country Club Dr.
Stockbridge, GA 30281
RC Health Services aims to train the highest quality "street ready" EMTs that meet the ever-growing demand of highly skilled and knowledgeable healthcare workers.
Whether you're looking to start a career in EMS, or looking for practical, hands-on experience for nursing school, medical school, or PA school, the RC Health Services EMT-Basic Course in Pearland is the perfect place to start!
TOTAL TUITION INCLUDES:
- eBook and audiobook
- BLS for Healthcare Provider Class
- Clinical Rotation Fees
- Criminal Background Check
- Drug Screen (done within 30 days of Clinical Orientation)
- Clinical I.D. Badge
- Liability Insurance
BEFORE YOUR CLINICAL ROTATIONS, YOU MUST TURN IN:
- A medical history and physical form completed by your physician or clinic
- Copies of proof of the required immunizations
- Other forms required given upon enrollment