Emergency Medical Services
|EMS 100||Introduction to Emergency Medical Services||3||
Covers the roles and responsibilities of the EMT, emergency medical services system, medical-legal considerations, major incident response, hazardous materials awareness, and stress management. Audit available.
|EMS 105||EMT Part I||5||
Explores the legal and ethical issues encountered by the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT). Develops an understanding of basic human anatomy and physiology in addition to medical terminology. Introduces the necessary skills to assess patients by focusing on the signs and symptoms related to the respiratory, cardiac and endocrine systems. Course sequence requires passing criminal background check and drug screen. Part 1 of the 2-part Oregon EMT course. Prerequisite: WR 115, RD 90, MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores; current HCP CPR card.
|EMS 106||EMT Part II||5||
Continues EMS 105. Develops the basic knowledge and skills necessary to treat victims of trauma, patients that present with special challenges, and sick and injured pediatrics. Expands knowledge and understanding of special incidents that the Emergency Medical Technician may encounter in the field such as mass-casualty incidents, hazardous materials, motor vehicle collisions, and acts of terrorism. Includes preparation for state and national licensing exams. Requires passing criminal background check and drug screen before placement into mandatory clinical observation in hospital emergency department and ambulance ride-along experience. Prerequisite: completion of EMS 105 with a “C” or better at CGCC within the previous 5 terms; current HCP CPR card.
|EMS 113||Emergency Response Communication/Documentation||2||
Covers principles of therapeutic communication, verbal, written, and electronic communications in the provision of EMS; documentation of elements of patient assessment, care, and transport; communication systems, radio types, reports, codes, and correct techniques. Prerequisite: EMS 105 and EMS 106. Audit available.
|EMS 114||Emergency Response Patient Transportation||2||
Covers ambulance operations, laws, maintenance and safety, emergency response driving and route planning. Prerequisite: EMS 105.
|EMS 115||Crisis Intervention||3||
Prepares the student to better understand an emotional crisis and the causes of stress. Explores how to assist others as well as themselves in dealing with stress during a crisis. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 or equivalent placement test scores. Audit available
|EMS 116||Emergency Medical Services Rescue||3||
Covers the elementary procedures of rescue practices, systems, components, support and control of rescue operations including ladder procedures and basic rescue tools. Introduces techniques and tools of patient extrication, emphasizing application to traffic accidents. Prerequisite: EMS 105.
|EMS 120||Emergency Medical Services: First Responder||3||
For those who are usually the first person at the scene of trauma or medical emergencies including law enforcement, fire department personnel, etc. Knowledge and skills are developed to provide basic care for trauma, medical and environmental emergencies; evaluation of scene and patients; and appropriate access and use of the Emergency Medical Services System. Must be 16 years of age. Audit available.
|HE 113||First Aid and CPR/AED Professional Rescuers/Healthcare Providers||1||
Introduces basic first aid knowledge in the home, work, and community environment. Students gain knowledge and skills to perform Health Care Provider Level BLS and AED for adults/children/infants. Upon successful completion of this course, students will receive an American Heart Association (AHA) Heartsaver First Aid card and an AHA BLS for Healthcare Provider card. Recommend: RD 115 or equivalent placement test scores.
|Marcus Van Laar||Emergency Medical Services Instructoremail@example.com||(541) 506-6141|
|Clay McCrea||Emergency Medical Technology Instructorfirstname.lastname@example.org||(541) 506-6141|
|Angela Johnston||Nursing & Health Occupations Administrative Assistantemail@example.com||(541) 506-6141|
|Manuel Irusta||Emergency Medical Services Instructorfirstname.lastname@example.org||(541) 506-6141|
|Tamara Eidler||Emergency Medical Services Lab Assistantemail@example.com||(541) 506-6141|
|Tony DePinto||Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Instructorfirstname.lastname@example.org||(541) 506-6141|