Emergency Medical Responder Camp

Why your student will benefit from our EMR Camp this summer.

This summer, Auburn Youth Programs is hosting Emergency Medical Responder Camp for anyone interested in a field of emergency medicine, or in serving on the response team as a non-EMS responder in the government, corporate, law enforcement, or corrections field. This Emergency Medical Response course provides invaluable skills and knowledge to help responders appropriately help at the scene of an emergency.

One of our goals at AYP is to help your student find their passions, develop their skills, and become leaders in their community. This camp will allow 11th grade, 12th grade, and rising college freshman students grow their love and knowledge for first response and emergency medicine in a fun, safe environment at Auburn University!

This team-based, interactive course covers topics such as medical terminology, effective communication, and basic patient assessment techniques. Campers will learn how to take vitals, proper lifting and moving skills, in addition to treatment for a variety of common emergencies. Campers will also earn their healthcare-level American Heart Association Basic Life Support certification.

This camp is made possible through a partnership with CarePoint Resources. It is led by active and experienced Paramedics with additional insight provided from local leaders in the field of emergency medicine.

What makes this camp so valuable is the opportunity provided for your student to be certified 2-years in ASHI Emergency Medical Response and AHA Basic Life Support. This training provides an excellent foundation for those serving in a non-EMS role, and students who want to eventually enter the field of EMS.

It’s not too late to sign up your future first responder for this summer!

Visit our website and secure your spot:

We can’t wait to see you at camp this summer! War Eagle!

Auburn Youth Programs offers over 100 summer camps & programs where campers have the opportunity to further their education and skills on Auburn’s Campus.

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