Kellogg Community College’s Emergency Medical Services Simulation Lab is hidden to most students outside the EMS Program.
But the College’s unique sim lab — located on the first floor of the Lane-Thomas Building on KCC’s North Avenue campus — is one of the top EMS training labs in the nation.
The state-of-the-art, $1.6 million lab allows EMS students to experience simulated emergency calls from start to finish, letting them practice the work they’ll be doing on the job in a controlled educational setting where they can learn from their mistakes and reinforce their skills.
Tour the lab space — including the Control Room, Living Quarters, Ambulance, Emergency Room and Pediatric Sim Lab — via the 360-degree interactive tour below. You can also view the tour online at https://poly.google.com/u/0/view/3TrvDop0Iw7.
KCC’s Emergency Medical Services Program offers several credentials to students interested in a career in EMS, including the following:
- Associate in Applied Science in Emergency Medical Services
- MFR Certificate
- Basic Emergency Medical Technician Certificate
- Paramedic Certificate
- EMS Instructor/Coordinator Certificate
- UMBC Critical Care certificates (adult and pediatric)
More information about the EMS Program at KCC is available online at www.kellogg.edu/ems.
The EMS Program at KCC is part of the College’s Public Safety Education Department, which also houses Criminal Justice programming at KCC. For more information about the Public Safety Education Department, visit www.kellogg.edu/public-safety-education.
Register for Spring Classes
The first classes of KCC’s Spring 2019 semester begin Jan. 11! For information about signing up for spring semester classes, visit www.kellogg.edu/registration.