Nash Community College's Emergency Medical Services program is a comprehensive approach to the delivery of emergency medical care to the critically ill and injured. There are many key components that make up this system including transportation, communication, manpower and training, organization, evaluation, standard record keeping, and public education. The focus of Nash Community College is to meet the training needs of each component for the overall growth and development of a successful EMS system.
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EMS Training Schedule
In House Con-Ed Offered at Local Fire Dept/Rescue Squads
Nash Community College's AHA Training Center Faculty
American Heart Association TCF (Training Center Faculty) serve as the quality assurance and educational leadership for the Training Center. The following is the list of TCF that monitor classes for Nash Community College. Their contact information and home city have been provided to facilitate easier coordination. It is the Individual Instructor's responsibility to set up the class monitoring and then contact the Training Center (NCC) and advise who will be monitoring their class, the type class they are teaching, and when and where the class is being held. The TCF will then be responsible for turning in the monitoring paperwork to NCC.
EMS Resource Links