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Emergency Oxygen - $30

 

Paid to the Instructor

 

All Emergency Medical Training courses are provided and scheduled by instructor Captain Jim Holley.

Contact Captain Jim Holley ONLY for scheduling any Emergency Medical Training class.


Jim can be reached at graystrokes@ec.rr.com or 252-259-1028.

 

Emergency Medical Training Emergency Oxygen course

*Image and course description courtesy of American Health and Saftey Institute.

Program Overview

 

The ASHI Emergency Oxygen training program provides training and skills in the administration of emergency oxygen. The goal of this training is to help students develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to respond in a medical emergency.

 

This program is designed to focus on caring for injured or ill adults in a variety of settings by integrating the use of emergency oxygen as part of the care provided..