EMS 3061 Mobile Integrated Healthcare (Hybrid)

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College

Salisbury NC

EMS 3061 Mobile Integrated Healthcare

Hybrid Course - All modules and instruction delivered on-line. An eight hour clinical rotation is required.

Dates:                              12 August 2019 – 11 November 2019

Days:                               N/A

Times:                              N/A

Course Hours:                  112 hours (104 didactic; 8 hours clinical).

Location:                          Internet and selected clinical providers

Instructor:                         William Kehler, BS, NRP, CCP, CP, Level II Instructor


Cost:                                $180 (Fire/Law/EMS/Rescue personnel may be fee exempt)

Pre-Requisites:                 Paramedic, LPN, or RN. Completion of college level A&P course or EMS 3000 A&P

Course:                            Contract # - 1902024    Datatel     96693

Text:                                Community Health Paramedicine (AAOS) by Andrew N. Pollak. (ISBN-9781284040968)

Course Information:        Contact alan.thompson@rccc.edu for information.

Registration:                           You may call 704/216-7222 for registration. Provide the datatel number listed above. Class sized limited to 30. To receive course information packet, please indicate your interest at https://goo.gl/forms/8Bz4UD8IDGdy8cth1

Course Description:

Under the supervision of the local EMS Medical Director, the Mobile Integrated Health Care program is designed for current Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and ambulance service personnel to expand their skills and career opportunities and make a profound difference in the communities where they work. This program will train students to help individuals overcome barriers to accessing and benefiting from health service; serve as advocates, facilitators, liaisons and resource coordinators; provide appropriate care for emergencies, evaluation, triage, disease management and mental health; as well as prevention; and mentor and empower residents, communities and health care systems to achieve positive outcomes and reach optimal wellness. The course specific needs will be determined from the conduction of a local needs assessment and approved by the local medical director. Upon completion, students will be prepared to return to their local agency for additional training to be eligible for one of two designations-- Community Based Paramedic (CBP) or Advanced Practice Paramedic (APP).

Students successfully completing the course are eligible (not required) to sit for the IBSC Certified Community Paramedic Exam (CP-C) at their expense.


About the Instructor:

William Kehler is the emergency services director for a progressive EMS system in North Carolina. He is an accomplished leader in the emergency medical service and emergency management fields. His innovation and passion have contributed greatly to the public safety field. He championed and continues to grow one of the first community paramedic programs in North Carolina. He holds a Bachelor Degree in Healthcare Administration, Associate Degree in Emergency Medical Science, National Registered Paramedic, Community Paramedic, Critical Care Paramedic, and Level II Instructor Coordinator.




Opportunity Date: 
Monday, August 12, 2019 - 18:00 to Monday, November 11, 2019 - 22:00
Statewide (No County)
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