Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Completion of the EMT-Basic course qualifies you to take the National Registry exams to receive your Connecticut and National EMT-B certification. This is often the first class a person would take to begin training in Emergency Medical Services as either a volunteer or paid provider.
Upon completing his or her training, the EMT is able to:
- Address life-threatening conditions that might include:
- Airway problems
- Cardiac arrest
- Severe bleeding
- Stabilize non-life-threatening situations such as:
- Emotional crisis
- Apply special skills, such as:
- Emergency driving
- Maintaining critical equipment and supplies
- Record keeping
Our training program far exceeds the requirements for the state and national EMS curricula. We provide hands-on experience and supplement classroom lecture with real world practice in the Danbury Hospital Emergency Department, and working on ambulances with our experienced EMTs and Paramedics.
As a member of the EMS team, you can make a difference in the lives of others. During your EMT training, you will gain the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to be a valuable part of the emergency health care system and community.
- 150 contact hours over three months, including a clinical rotation in an ambulance
- Personal Check
- Bank Check
- Credit Card
- Money Order
- Municipal Purchase Orders
Payment must be submitted prior to the first week of the program.
For questions or to register, please call (203) 739-4916.
24 Hospital Ave
Danbury, CT 06810
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Contact Western Connecticut Health Network Emergency Medical Services for more information on the services we offer to the members of our communities.