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Emergency Response Solutions, Inc.

Initial EMS Education
We offer initial EMS education at the MFR and EMT-B levels. EMS education taught at the Emergency Response Training Center is governed by the State of Michigan Department of LARA as a proprietary school and is also approved by the State of Michigan MDHHS Division of EMS & Trauma.

We are dedicated to bringing the highest quality of EMS standards to our students and are confident that each student who embraces this challenge will succeed in making a difference in the lives of others. 
Course Offering
Medical First Responder (MFR)/ Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)
Known nationally as the Emergency Medical Responder, a MFR functions as the first level of EMS care in the field, offering the very basic of BLS care to patients in emergency situations. The role of the MFR is vital to the initial impression of a patient(s) and the scene survey as they arrive. MFRs can offer patients life-saving oxygen, CPR, bandaging, spinal stabilization, and the importation vital signs upon arrival, sometimes before the ambulance even arrives. The National EMS Education Standards and Scope of Practice for the Emergency Medical Responder can be found on the State of Michigan EMS website.
MFR Program Highlights
  • 1 term course
  • Offered in the Fall and Spring
  • 180 hours classroom instruction
  • 36 hours clinical rotation
    • 3 12-hour Ambulance Ridealongs
  • Must attend course orientation before start of class
  • $600 tuition, plus text and supplies, includes 1 uniform shirt
  • $100 non-refundable deposit to hold spot in class, goes toward overall tuition cost
  • Payment plans available
  • Bundle prices available for needed supplies
  • Includes training and certification in BLS for Healthcare Providers
  • Upon successful completion, student is qualified to sit for NREMT examinations
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-B)
An EMT-B offers basic life support (BLS care) to patients in the field, and is the lowest level of licensure that is authorized to work solely in the patient compartment of an ambulance by themselves, or as a member of a multi-person team., taking full control of pre-hospital patient care. The role of the EMT is ever changing and evolving, and most EMTs either work with another EMT or with a Paramedic partner on the ambulance. In addition to the skills offered by the MFR, an EMT can also administer some medications, assist with other medications, and can perform advanced airway procedures using the King LT or Combitube. You do NOT have to have to be an MFR in order to complete the EMT-Basic training and certification course.  The National EMS Education Standards and Scope of Practice for the Emergency Medical Technician can be found on the State of Michigan EMS website. 

This is a great course for Pre-Med, Pre-PA, Pre-Nursing, or for other areas of healthcare such as occupational and physical therapy.  Students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with direct patient care while earning money! Some of the skills acquired is: oxygen administration, CPR, Childbirth, advanced airway management skills, medical and trauma patient assessments.
MFR Program Highlights
  • 2-term course for Fall & Spring sessions or 1-term accelerated summer course
  • Offered in the Fall and Spring
  • 366 hours classroom instruction
  • 56 hours clinical rotation
    • 4 12-hour Ambulance Ridealongs
    • 1 8-hour ER Rotation
  • Must attend course orientation before start of class
  • $1200 tuition, plus text and supplies, includes 2 uniform shirts
  • $100 non-refundable deposit to hold spot in class, goes toward overall tuition cost
  • Payment plans available
  • Bundle prices available for needed supplies
  • Includes training and certification in BLS for Healthcare Providers
  • Upon successful completion, student is qualified to sit for NREMT examinations
MFR to Emergency Medical Technician
The MFR to EMT course is for currently licensed MFRs who wish to obtain their EMT license, without having to start at the very beginning. This course is essentially a continuation of basic prehospital patient care students first learned in their MFR course, and will add the additional skills of the EMT to this training. With this additional training, EMT’s will be able to administer some medications on their own, assist with administering other medications, and can perform advanced airway procedures using the King LT or Combitube. The  National EMS Education Standards and Scope of Practice for the Emergency Medical Technician can be found on the State of Michigan EMS website.
MFR to EMT Program Highlights
  • 1 term course
  • Offered in the Fall and Spring
  • 180 hours classroom instruction
  • 56 hours clinical rotation
    • 4 12-hour Ambulance Ridealongs
    • ​​1 8-hour ER Rotation
  • Must attend course orientation before start of class
  • $600 tuition, plus text and supplies, includes 1 uniform shirt
  • $100 non-refundable deposit to hold spot in class, goes toward overall tuition cost
  • Payment plans available
  • Bundle prices available for needed supplies
  • Includes training and certification in BLS for Healthcare Providers
  • Upon successful completion, student is qualified to sit for NREMT examinations
RN to Emergency Medical Technician 
This course is for Registered Nurses who wish to obtain their EMT license. Because RNs have already received training in medical care, patient assessment, medication administration, patient assessment and other similar skills, an RN wishing to become trained and licensed as an EMT can begin their matriculation training a little later in the course. During this bridge course RNs will learn the skills of administering some emergency medications, assist with other medications, and can perform advanced airway procedures using the King LT or Combitube while working in the capacity of an EMT. Students wishing to take this course will need to be currently licensed as an RN in the State of Michigan. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to sit for the NREMT exams. The National EMS Education Standards and Scope of Practice for the Emergency Medical Technician can be found on the State of Michigan EMS website. 
MFR to EMT Program Highlights
  • 1 term course
  • Offered in the Fall and Spring
  • 180 hours classroom instruction
  • 56 hours clinical rotation
    • ​4 12-hour Ambulance Ridealongs
    • ​​1 8-hour ER Rotation
  • Must attend course orientation before start of class
  • $600 tuition, plus text and supplies, includes 1 uniform shirt
  • $100 non-refundable deposit to hold spot in class, goes toward overall tuition cost
  • Payment plans available
  • Bundle prices available for needed supplies
  • Includes training and certification in BLS for Healthcare Providers
  • Upon successful completion, student is qualified to sit for NREMT examinations
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