Emergency Medical Services

Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) are trained to respond to all types of emergencies, such as gunshot wounds, domestic violence, and highway trauma. EMT services are used by various agencies such as ambulance, fire, and hospital facilities. The EMT’s primary responsibility is to bring expert medical care to persons involved in emergency situations. This entails using basic life support equipment and skills proficiently and professionally in a variety of circumstances. 


Requirements for the course include:

LSCO Admission
EMT Program Admission Requirements
Graduation Requirements
Licensure Requirements 

Degree Plans

Emergency Medical Technician Basic Level 1 Certificate (CERT)
Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate Certificate (CERT)


Schedule of Courses, Syllabi, and Faculty Vitae Lookup
Course Catalog and Course Descriptions
Frequently Asked Questions
History, Physical, and Immunization Forms
Licensing Requirements - Texas House Bill 1508

Contact Us

For inquiries or additional information, please contact us. 

Program Director
Rickey Land, LP

Phone: (409) 882-3029
Workforce Education Building, Rm. 119

Administrative Assistant II
Brandy Mobbs

Phone: (409) 882-3344
Fax: (409) 883-9960
Stark Nursing Classroom Building