Cuyuna Regional Medical Center Education is offering an Emergency Medical Responder course in Crosby this winter for people wanting to help save lives and contribute to the health of their community.
The 17-week class begins January 23 and will be held Monday evenings from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at CRMC in Crosby. The cost of the course is $700 which includes the course book and materials. Students participating in optional clinical shifts will also have a uniform expectation including black or tactical pants and a white polo shirt.
The EMR course trains community members to manage medical emergencies. The course is ideal for those to receive training like the training EMS professionals receive as they look to enter careers in healthcare, public safety, or law enforcement. EMRs are often the first members of the emergency medical team to arrive on scene. There are multiple area first responder groups looking for volunteers which students could reach out to inquire about joining.
Limited seats are available. To secure a spot, register with a non-refundable 25 percent down payment by contacting Jodi Bedard, email@example.com or 218-546-4367.