U.S. Colleges hosted a social media contest and the San Diego campus took first place, winning a $500 donation to the Boys & Girls Club of Greater San Diego.
Jack Goodwin, Program Director for the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program, was interviewed on San Diego Living where he talked about the short-term program as a great entry point into a career in health care, and the personal sense of fulfillment by working as an EMT.
Since the onset of Covid-19, health care resources have been under tremendous strain. But our graduates are using their skills and education to heroically meet this critical need.
As a phlebotomist, you will need to be able to work with any or all of these individuals. It will be up to you to gently help them accept the procedure and walk away with a good experience.
Thinking about becoming an emergency medical technician? Check out this career advice to help you make your decision. U.S. Colleges can help you become an EMT.