Start your healthcare career as an Emergency Medical Technician with Methodist Hospitals’ EMT Training Program. The EMT is a front-line, entry-level healthcare provider. As an EMT, you may work in a variety of environments: transporting patients between facilities, responding to emergency calls, in a hospital emergency department, and elsewhere a first-response capability is required.
EMT certification and work experience are required for those seeking Paramedic training, which is also offered by Methodist Hospitals.
Methodist Hospitals offers two training sessions each year. Each session meets twice weekly (Mondays & Thursdays) from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Class are comprised of approximately 15-20 students.
The Methodist Hospitals EMT Training Program
- 200 didactic hours
- 32 hours ambulance ride-alongs
- 24 ER observation hours
At the completion of this course you will be eligible for testing for Indiana certification and to become a valued member of the pre-hospital emergency care team.
Enrollment Requirements & Tuition
- Student candidates must be at least 18 years old, and available to attend all scheduled classes
- Cost: $1,050.00
- Payment plans available, VA Assistance eligible
- Includes all course materials, including text book and work book, stethoscope, one clinical shirt, and AHA Healthcare Provider CPR Course
Acceptance into the program will be on a first come basis for individuals who fulfill enrollment requirements, until all available positions are filled. Class sizes are limited. Candidates sponsored by Fire Departments or Private Ambulance Services must provide a PO at the time of registration. Tuition is non-refundable after the first class. Interested in EMT classes, download the application here.
To learn more, or to arrange for EMT Training Program registration, please contact the Regional Coordination Center at 219-881-3717