What we provide!
Rigorous classroom training in anatomy & physiology, medical terminology, pathophysiology, airway management, patient assessment, medical and trauma emergencies, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Realistic scenarios for practical skill development
Patient contacts at clinical site
10 college credits! through the College of Southern Idaho at a reduced rate.
National Registry of EMT's
Idaho State EMT License
AHA Healthcare Provider CPR
Landing Zone Officer
Weapons of Mass Destruction
FEMA - Incident Command
Mr. Scott Webb
I was born at a very early age…. starting there would not make this brief so let’s skip ahead a little.
After getting out of the Army from active duty as an MP. I went into the Army reserves as a medic. The Army sent me to EMT and paramedic school at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, IN. I became a Nationally Registered paramedic in March of 1994. Since then, I have worked in almost all aspects of EMS. I was a 911 emergency response paramedic for 14 years and an industrial occupational health paramedic for 17 years. I worked to help destroy the chemical weapons VX, Sarin, and Mustard in Newport, IN, Umatilla, OR, and Richmond, KY. When I left Richmond, I was one of only 50 paramedics in the country doing that job. I have taught EMT classes throughout my career. I have also taught Advanced EMT, all levels of CPR and first aid, Pediatric Advanced Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support.
Skills you will learn!
Positive work ethic
Military Combat Medic