FIRST AND EMERGENCY AID
FIRST AND EMERGENCY AID
Assoc. Dr. Ali EKŞİ
Assistant Professor Süreyya GÜMÜŞSOY
The program was opened in the 1994-1995 academic year. It provides education as formal education.
In line with the relevant legislation of OSYM, students are admitted with the Higher Education Institutions Examination (YKS) Basic Proficiency Test (TYT) Quantitative Score.
The purpose of the program:
To train qualified health personnel who can provide emergency medical intervention and care that can save the lives of patients or victims in cases of sudden illness or injury.
Graduates of the program receive the title of First and Emergency Aid Technician (Paramedic).
Paramedics perform Basic Life Support and Advanced Life Support at the scene and other emergency medical interventions within the framework of their mandate. At the same time, they can also drive ambulances, which are emergency aid vehicles.
In addition to First and Emergency Aid theoretical and practical vocational courses, the program includes Basic Medicine Courses (Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology), Physical Education and Body Building, Information and Communication Technology, Community Service Practices, Professional ethics and Communication courses.
Program Opportunities for Practice Training:
Basic and Advanced Life Support Models
Airway Opening mockup
Ambulance equipment (Ambulance stretchers, Defibrillator, Laryngoscope, Splints, Emergency bag etc.) are available.
Employment Opportunities for Graduates:
Ministry of Health Provincial Ambulance Service (112) Chief Physician ambulances and command and control centers,
Ambulances of health institutions affiliated to private sector, municipalities and universities,
In the emergency services of health institutions that are private sector, university and public institutions,
In air ambulances,
Transition to Higher Degree Programs:
In line with the relevant legislation of the Higher Education Institution,
Emergency Aid and Disaster Management, Nursing, Health Management, Occupational Health and Safety, Social Work, Human Resources Management etc. They can complete their undergraduate programs with the vertical transfer exam to the departments or the license completion system in health.
Information for Prospective Students:
-Students who will enroll in this program must wear the uniform required by the profession in applied courses.
- Students must have a driver's license (Class B) in order to graduate from this program.