|À propos de nous||The Emergency Medicine Program at North Carolina State University strives to be a program of excellence that spearheads the forward progression of the prehospital profession through contributions to research, education, and compassionate patient care.|
|Mission||The mission of the NC State University Emergency Medicine program is to produce confident, competent, entry-level EMS providers by upholding the leading evidence-based practices and by inspiring our students to excellence in patient care through quality education. Additionally, the Emergency Medicine program will serve the state of North Carolina and beyond as a leader in the Emergency Medicine profession and by fostering a passion and involvement for prehospital research.|
Emergency Medicine courses equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful on North Carolina Office of EMS and/or the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician exams. Successful completion of these exams will result in state or national certification that will facilitate the student's employment opportunities in service to the community and enhance competitiveness for graduate programs.
Students should expect to learn and apply foundational or fundamental aspects of the provision of emergency medical care to the acutely ill or injured patient. All courses offer clinical internship components that allow students to pair with active physicians, nurses, and paramedics to further facilitate excellence in prehospital patient care. Additional time and fees are required for certification.
If you have questions, please contact the Emergency Medicine Program Coordinator, Gin Renkiewicz at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have EMT, AEMT, and Paramedic courses as elective credit in an undergraduate degree while we currently working towards an undergraduate major in Emergency Medicine. For a full description of our courses for all levels, please visit our course page: http://ems.dasa.ncsu.edu/emp-courses/