The EMT-Intermediate is a professional provider of emergency care to acutely ill or injured patients. The Emergency Medical Technician-Intermediate program provides students with the skills, knowledge and clinical experience required to provide safe and effective prehospital care at the intermediate level. Successful completion of courses will lead to a certificate in Emergency Medical Technician-Intermediate and eligibility for entry into the EMT-Paramedic program. The program integrates classroom, laboratory and applied clinical practice following the national standard curriculum of the Department of Transportation. The program collaborates with local fire departments and nationally recognized hospitals and emergency departments for medical, trauma and specialty rotations. The program is approved by the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems, The Emergency Medical Services Board. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates are eligible to take the national certifying EMT-I examination. Applicants for the EMT-I program must be licensed as an EMT-Basic for one year or have approved field experience that meets the Maryland State standard. Applicants must be eligible for EGL 1010 and MAT 0104 (formerly MAT 1040).
Emergency Medical Technician-Intermediate (Cert)