EMR (First Responder) / EMT

All responding members of St John Rescue are at minimum currently certified as Emergency Medical Responders (EMR). The standard EMRCourse is a forty-hour certification program.

emrSt John Rescue operates in areas that require additional training to assist the community during emergency situations. Management, General Pharmacology, Respiration Emergencies, Environmental Emergencies, Acute Abdominal Emergencies, Diabetic Emergencies, Allergic Reactions, Poisoning and Overdose, Behavioral Emergencies, Soft-Tissue Injuries, Musculoskeletal Injuries, Injuries to Head and Spine, Obstetrical Emergencies, Gynecological Emergencies, Childbirth and Complications, Care of the Newborn, Assessing the Pediatric Patient, Medical Emergencies in Children, Airway Management in Pediatrics, Trauma Emergencies and Care in Children, water rescue, water safety, rappelling, and extrication.

The Emergency Medical Responder course is typically offered twice a year during the months of January and August. Contact us for the next scheduled course start date. All course fees for members are covered by St. John Rescue, Inc.

emtIn addition to the EMR Course, St. John Rescue has offered the EMT-Basic course and continues to offer training to its members and the community for CEU's. Contact us for details about the course or CEU qualifying training credits.

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