Prospective EMTs:

The Winter Term EMT Class is a comprehensive  pre-hospital emergency medical program sponsored by Middlebury College and Middlebury Regional EMS.  This program will provide students the opportunity to be nationally certified as EMTs.  The class is geared towards first and second year students at Middlebury College.  Once licensed as an EMT, students are invited to join MREMS as a volunteer EMT-B. EMT skills may also be used as a medical care giver for the Middlebury College Rugby team, at the Open Door Clinic as well as with other College and community events.

The course will count as an internship (1 graduation credit) and PE credit for Middlebury students. The class is intensive and thus meets four times a week from about 8 to 4 with additional readings and practice to be done outside of class. However, the time put in is well worth it as your come out of the class as a nationally certified EMT, allowing you to practice in any state affiliated with the national registry including Vermont.

Additional information may be found on the MREMS Web page (middlebury911.org), by calling MREMS at 802-388-3286.

Active EMTs:

Interested in teaching a lecture for the J-Term class and receiving recertification credit? Want to help out with practicals or run a study session for J-term students? Contact Kate Ingwersen (krothwell@middleburyems.com) or Teena Betourney (tbetourney@middleburyems.com).

J-Term Students…Post CBT!

Once you pass the computer based test (congrats!) reach out to Kate with the news and your intention to run with MREMS. If possible, identify a time slot to Teena that you’d be interested in filling regularly.

MREMS staff teach J-term students to backboard patients