NJ Emergency Medical Dispatcher

The Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMD) is the principle link between the public in need of emergency medical assistance and the EMS system. This course is 32 hours, you will be learning about the responsibility of the EMS system, legal aspects, interpersonal communications, giving medical instructions by telephone, resource allocation, use of emergency medical guide cards. Course includes a day and a half of role-play and simulations involving 911 calls. After successful completion of this course students will have the fundamentals to start handling 911 calls that are medical in nature. For NJ EMTs the completion of this class will earn you 21 CEUs.

Our next NJ EMD course will be held in Old Bridge NJ, from Feb 25th to Feb 28th from 8:30am to 4:30pm. For those who need a healthcare provider CPR card (which is required to attend the EMD class), we will be holding a class on Feb 24th at 10am. Additional information can be found by downloading our NJ EMD information flyer