The purpose of the First and Emergency Aid Program is to train qualified health personnel who can perform emergency medical interventions, care and applications that save the life of the patient / casualty in case of sudden illness or injury.
Graduates of the First Aid and Emergency Medical Services Program earn the title of "First Aid and Emergency Technician".
First and Emergency Aid Technicians apply emergency medical interventions within the framework of their authority with scene evaluation, basic life support and advanced life support. At the same time, they can also drive ambulances, which are emergency aid vehicles.
First and Emergency Aid program graduates can work with Ministry of Health Provincial Ambulance Service (112), Chief Physician ambulances and command control centers, ambulances of private sector, municipality and university health institutions, emergency services of private sector, university and public health institutions, motorized, sea and air ambulances. In addition, students who graduate from this program can continue their undergraduate programs if they are successful in the Vertical Transfer Exam (DGS).
Undergraduate Programs that can be vertically transferred from our program:
Our students in the Vocational School of Health Services First and Emergency Aid Program have program opportunities to improve their practical and practical skills; basic and advanced life support models, airway opening models, ambulance equipment (ambulance stretchers, defibrillator, laryngoscope, splints, emergency kit, etc.) are available.
Our Vocational School of Health Services, First and Emergency Aid Program students carry out their applied courses in the University Laboratories and Ambulance Laboratory to improve their practical and practical skills.