Journal of Emergency Medical Services spotlights program's specialized ultrasound training

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Journal of Emergency Medical Services spotlights program's specialized ultrasound training

Jeannie Peng-Armao -- July 11, 2013

 

The Journal of Emergency Medical Services recently featured an article about San Jacinto College adding ultrasound training to its EMT curriculum. This training will teach students how to deliver on-site diagnostic work, saving precious time while transporting a patient to a hospital. Visit the Journal of Emergency Medical Services website for the full article. For more information about the EMT program, visit the Areas of Study page.

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