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Emergency response, medical transportation, and EMT classes in Michigan from Mobile Medical Response
May 24, 2021 at 7:00 AM
Emergency response, medical transportation, and EMT classes in Michigan from Mobile Medical Response

Emergency response teams will always serve a purpose in society. We understand this at Mobile Medical Response and worked to establish our non-profit 501(c)(3) to provide services that include response, transportation, and education that includes paramedic and EMT classes in Michigan. Keep reading below to learn more about the services we offer to help provide our neighbors with quality medical care.

Emergency response

We first established our organization in 1994 and have since expanded to serve 17 counties across central and northern Michigan with 115 ambulances. It’s our mission to provide unrivaled access to medical care to the communities we serve across our state. To do this, we make sure that our teams are equipped with the latest in medical technology, equipment, and medical protocols. Our teams are all trained in the proper use of these as well as system process management.

Medical transportation

In addition to emergency response, we provide those in need with medical transportation. This includes wheelchair vans and ambulances. Our team of highly trained professionals is able to provide pre-hospital care as well as safe travel transportation to those who are not in need of medical attention but still require assistance.

Medical services education

As a part of our goal to provide the state with a continual stream of emergency responders, we offer paramedic and EMT classes. Those who are interested in a career in emergency medical response are able to get started with the help of our affordable training programs. EMTs, or emergency medical technicians, will be trained with advanced skills in pre-hospital care while responding to both emergency and non-emergency calls. You will learn how to properly care for and transport those who are medically ill or traumatically injured.

Paramedic training is much more rigorous and has more strict entry requirements. Individuals who complete these courses will be eligible to work in additional