|What is AMLS?
Medical Life Support (AMLS) is a new program developed and sponsored by
the National Association of EMT (NAEMT). AMLS offers an advanced level
and practical approach to addressing adult medical emergencies. The
curriculum has been reviewed by the National Association of EMS
Physicians and NAEMT. Each segment of the course and textbook moves
from assessment procedures to field diagnosis and management of
treatable causes, by offering realistic methods practiced by
experienced pre-hospital emergency medical providers.
AMLS course covers didactic and practical information during the two
day course. It concentrates on the following topics:
Advanced Medical Life Support Program is open to all providers. ALS
providers can earn a certificate of completion. BLS providers will
instructors are approved by the University of Maryland Baltimore
County, Department of Emergency Health Services.
|Continuing Education Hours
continuing education activity is approved by UMBC, an organization
accredited by the Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency
Medical Services (CECBEMS) for 16 CEUs.
registration is encouraged to ensure space availability. Class size is
limited to 30 students.
for the course is $175.00 per person.
Medical Life Support textbook, published by Brady is required.
The textbook is encluded with the tuition. There is no tuition
reduction for those who already own or are borrowing a book from
cancellations and request for refunds must be made in writing at least
two weeks prior to the course start date. A $45.00 withdrawal fee will
be charged. All tuition will be forfeited after that date.
A $45.00 fee
will be charged for any returned check.
the right to cancel any course due to insufficient enrollment. In the
event of cancellation tuition will be refunded or transferred to
another course date at UMBC's expense.
variety of hotels are located near Baltimore-Washington International
Airport and are convenient to the UMBC campus. Several hotels in the
area offer weekly rates. Check out our web site for a current listing
of hotels in the
would like information concerning other schedule courses we offer
through our department or if you would like to sponsor a course at your
location, please contact:
Attention: Sandra Hubbard, Administrator
Professional and Continuing Education
Department of Emergency Health Services
University of Maryland, Baltimore
1000 Hilltop Circle
Baltimore, Maryland 21250
(410) 455-6713 (fax - for information
(410) 455-1344 (fax - all