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Critical Care Emergency Management Transport Program (CCEMTP)

The Critical Care Emergency Medical Transport Program is an intensive 100 (one hundred) hour course held in Augusta Georgia at the Augusta University Center of Operational Medicine. The course is designed to prepare paramedics and  nurses to function as members of a critical care transport team that manages critical patients during high risk transfers. Upon successful completion of the course, students are considered specialized care providers that have an understanding of all aspects of patient care and can utilize this understanding to provide the highest level of care to critical patients during transport.

Student will:

  •       Gain an understanding of the special needs of critical patients during transport.
  •       Become familiar with the critical care procedures and equipment.
  •       Develop the skills necessary to maintain the stability of the critical care patient during transport.


  •       Working knowledge of Pharmacodynamics, Anatomy and Physiology.
  •       Currently licensed paramedic, RN, RRT, MD, or DO with a recommended one (1) year experience in that role. 

 The Critical Care Emergency Medical Transport Paramedic (CCEMTP) program is owned by the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). Augusta University Center of Operational Medicine is the regional Education Site License (ESL) coordinator for the UMBC CCEMTP program.

Center of Operational Medicine
Medical College of Georgia
Augusta University

706-721-3548 (T)
706-721-7718 (F)

For questions please call 706-721-3548


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