Emergency Medical Technician Program
The NYU Langone Health Emergency Medical Technician Program is an EMT-Basic program that prepares qualified students to become emergency medical technicians. EMTs are first responders and provide emergent basic life support care and treatment in the prehospital setting.
Upon successful completion of the program, students are eligible to take the New York State Department of Health Exam for EMT–Basic Certification. EMTs can seek employment with private ambulance inter-facility companies, hospital-based 911 ambulance services, and municipality-based 911 ambulance services. EMT certification is a step in the pathway to Paramedic Certification as well as other medical careers.
Emergency Medical Technician Program Training
Our EMT program is divided in to 18 weeks of training, with classes starting in the fall and spring each year.
Classes are held at NYU Langone Hospital—Brooklyn at 150 55th Street, in the main auditorium. The clinical portion of the program takes place at various NYU Langone campuses.
NYU Langone is approved by the New York State Department of Health to provide EMT-Basic and refresher instruction courses, as well as advanced cardiovascular life support (ACLS), basic cardiac life support (BCLS), pediatric advanced life support (PALS), and prehospital trauma life support (PHTLS) courses.
Leadership and Staff
Mitchell S. Powell, EMT-P
Reed Caldwell, MD
Danielle Moulton, EMT
Course Sponsor Administrator
Melville Maurice, EMT-P
Course Sponsor Administrator Liaison
Dale Garcia, EMT-P
Clinical Rotation Coordinator
For more information about the program, contact us at 646-872-4324 or email@example.com.
You can also contact us at the following mailing address:
NYU Langone Emergency Medical Technician Program
150 55th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11220
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