Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to begin an exciting career in emergency medical services.
Online course begins April 24 with alternating in-person Saturdays beginning May 7-Sept. 10, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. in the Coffey County Hospital Conference Room.
Class fee $1150
For questions or information, contact instructor Kim Dyster at (785) 626-6604 or email@example.com
For potential grant assistance visit www.ksbems.org/ems.
The Coffey County EMS provides Type I medical service to all of Coffey County and parts of surrounding counties on a 24-hour basis. EMS is staffed with full-time paramedics and emergency medical technicians certified to provide Advanced Life Support (ALS) for critical patients. Two crews are on-duty at all time, providing outstanding coverage for you and your family.