Emergency Medical Responder Course

Our Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) course is a 56-hour course, offered as part of our health education series. It is designed to introduce our students to basic life support and emergency medical care for the first minutes of an emergency until advanced EMS help arrives.

Our curriculum follows current American Red Cross and American Safety and Health Institute’s EMR certification guidelines.

Typical participants in our EMR program include police officers, firefighters (paid or volunteer), security professionals, and industrial emergency response personnel.

This class is available at our location in Sullivan, MO or we can come to you!

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Why do we love this course?

Emergency Medical Response is a dynamic course featuring lecture, video, simulated emergency situations, discussion, and hands-on skill practice based on the national EMS curriculum requirements and educational standards.

  • We are able to connect with our students and offer a customized class based on their individual needs
  • We are changing the perception of a traditional classroom – we offer a relaxed environment where students leave feeling comfortable and confident
  • Our classes are hands-on and offer real-world scenarios to practice
  • The class is affordable, accessible, and convenient

What is included?

  • Instructor-led and student discussion enrichment activities and hands-on skills practice
  • Nationally recognized certification card, valid for 2 years (from American Red Cross or the American Safety and Health Institute)
  • Hardcopy of the student manual
  • A CPR magnet outlining the steps of CPR for children and infants
  • A CPR pocket facemask
  • Access to an instructor before, during, and after your course

How much is the course?

Our course price is only $497!!

Does this course meet requirements for the National Registry Exam?

    Upon successful completion of the EMR program, a certification card will be issued.

    We are working with our current Medical Director and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services – Bureau of Emergency Medical Services to be recognized as an accredited training entity. Once we have completed the process, we will be able to award students a certificate to participate in the written examination to become certified by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians as an Emergency Medical Responder.

      How do I register?