May 27, 2020 -- Northwell Health Emergency Medical Institute

Students learn in a small, intimate, and comfortable Skills Lab Setting

January 18, 2013

 

 
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Students have access to Northwell’s own 9-1-1 and Core Ambulance Operations creating a positive and more interactive learning experience (8/15/18)
Paramedic Students are afforded the opportunity to conduct actual advanced life support maneuvers inside the Center for Learning & Innovation’s Bioskills Center (8/15/18)
Students work with the most modern, high-fidelity simulation equipment in the industry (8/15/18)
Committed to student success, faculty avail themselves on a regular basis for student extra-help sessions (8/15/18)
Students learn in small, intimate, and comfortable Skills Lab settings with the most modern equipment available (8/15/18)
A comfortable and convenient learning environment fosters learning, and promotes team work (8/15/18)
Medical Explorers from the North Shore Hebrew Academy High School conduct simulation exercises under the guidance of Direct to Medic Student Carolyn Moretti (1/5/15)
Paramedic Students interact with a Standardized Patient, who are specially trained actors and actresses who simulate true to life medical events (9/3/13)
Students and Staff working in a Team-Based Educational setting at our On-Premise Resource Center (1/23/13)
Students have access to the Health System's own 9-1-1 and Inter-Facility Ambulance Agency creating a more positive learning experience (1/20/13)
New students are briefed on the operational and safety aspects of a Medivac Operation (1/19/13)
New EMT students participate in a Mass Casualty Exercise at a local Fire Academy (1/17/13)
Students work with the most modern, high-fidelity simulation equipment in the industry (1/15/13)
Paramedic Students are afforded the opportunity to conduct actual advanced life support maneuvers inside our own Bioskills Center (1/1/13)