- Practicing EMT//PParamedic since 1995..
- Worked for various EMS agencies in Calhoun,, Etowah,, Cleburne,, and St.. Clair Counties..
- Graduate of GSCC with an Associate’s Degree in Allied Health
- Certification as a Critical Care EMT - Paramedic
- Certification as a DOT Instructor,, also instructor in ACLS,, ITLS,, PALS,, PEPP
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
EMS Faculty & Staff
Paramedic Associates Degree (65-74 Total Credit Hours)
Prerequisite for EMT is an Accuplacer reading score of 75 or higher, or ENG 101.
EMT (12 HOURS)
(9 HOURS) EMS 118 - EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
Advisors – Ayers Campus: Gary Udaka, Welding Technology Building (256.835.5426) firstname.lastname@example.org;
S. Bart Smith, Welding Technology Building (256.835.5480) email@example.com
East Broad Campus: Frank Miller, Welding Technology Building (256.549.8653) firstname.lastname@example.org
Emergency Medical Services
Emergency Medical Services Program Director
Phlebotomy Essential Functions Requirements
The student entering and participating in the clinical laboratory technology program must be able to:
lift 40 pounds.
hear high and low frequency sounds within normal range, with or without corrective devices.
see with 20-40 visual acuity, with or without corrective lenses.
feel veins and pulses.
smell body and environmental odors.
Phlebotomy Curriculum Information
The phlebotomy training program consists of one course, MLT 100: Phlebotomy, which is a 2 credit hour course. The course consists of 15 hours of lecture and 45 hours of clinical experience in the student laboratory/hospital setting. The course can be completed in six weeks or less.