Nursing, paramedicine, or medical school in your future? An EMT course is a great place to launch your career in medicine.
Ever dreamed of being a ski patroller or a mountain, hunting, or whitewater guide? Learning to care for the sick and injured is an essential skill in these and other exciting careers. Take this Montana EMT course and stand out for future employers as a emergency medicine expert!
We are crazy passionate about what we do. Best Practice Medicine instructors include current and former critical care helicopter team nurses and paramedics, emergency room physicians, ski patrollers, firefighters, ER nurses, a former NOLS instructor, and a former Air Force Pararescue Paramedic assistant program director-Instructor.
Best Practice definitely lived up to their name. If you're interested in anything Medical, I would whole-heartedly recommend these guys.The instructors were super helpful, and they definitely set you up to succeed. Everyone here works hard to accommodate all types of learners, and they really make you feel at home. All in all, it was one of the best learning experiences of my life. (Plus I ...
BPM is a top-shelf company, boasting both a roster of impressive and accomplished instructors and those next-level resources that really enhance your educational experience. Their EMT course was a very thorough and engaging program that left us more than prepared for the state and national examinations. I am very excited to further my involvement in the EMS world- all thanks to this amazing group ...
Thanks for providing great training for current and aspiring EMS professionals. I really value passionate educators like those at Best Practice Medicine and I have gained a lot from the simulations I have had the opportunity to run through with you all. Keep up the good work....
BPM is committed to providing students with a high quality of EMS education through a fast-paced and scenario/simulation-based learning environment. The EMT course that I took through them was a great value, and gave me tools and confidence that I could immediately apply to real-world patient care. The educators and staff are extraordinarily knowledgeable and dedicated to student success. Whether...
BPM definitely lived up to its name. They did an excellent job preparing me for my next steps in the EMS world. I can't thank them enough for all of their hard work and dedication they put into each and every student. I would highly recommend them to anybody wanting to take an EMT class. Great staff, great class and couldn't be more happy with the results and how they prepared me! Great job B...
Probably the best introduction to the medical field you could ask for. The instructors not only prep you for the NREMT exam and State Practical, but for the application of your skills in the field. I know I'll be going back to Best Practice to renew my license. #summerclass2018...
I took the EMT course that BPM offers. It was such a blast and I learned so much! I feel well prepared to be a practicing EMT. The teachers are great and truly care about students success. I highly recommend Best Practice Medicine for your EMT course!...
I was fortunate enough to have taken my EMT course through Best Practice Medicine, and since then have also taken a few of the other continuing education classes that they host. The team at BPM is always an absolute pleasure to be around. All of them are kind and friendly people, and they want to see their students, peers, coworkers, etc. do well. The staff and volunteers are extremely knowledgeab...
As a EMT instructor for 30 years here in Bozeman, Best Practice is the best EMT class being taught in Gallatin Co. Congrats Ben for putting an awesome staff together!!!!...
You will spend over 150 hours in the classroom and online including 10 hours in the Emergency Room for patient observation. To say the least, this course is INTENSE and moves very quickly! It requires MATURITY, DEDICATION, and plenty of extra STUDY time. We suggest that for every classroom hour you attend you must commit to an additional hour of outside study. If you are an MSU student with a heavy course load, we do NOT recommend taking the course. In previous courses, MSU students who carried heavy academic course loads had a very hard time completing this course.
You may not miss more than eight class hours and must attend all scheduled lab sessions due to the critical nature of the material. You must pass all exams with a minimum score of 70% to continue in the course.
Please be aware that there are additional costs not covered in the course tuition that are associated with CPR certifications, student liability insurance, background checks, Immunization requirements, and post-course licensing-testing fees.
American Heart Association CPR certification is required prior to entering the in hospital clinical experience. Best Practice Medicine will provide CPR certification course at a cost of $55 per student. However, you are welcome to obtain AHA CPR certification from outside sources. Proof of liability insurance ($37) is required for each student on the first class day.
NOTE: after you graduate this course there are investment costs you should be aware of, associated with licensing exams and applications.
We are passionately committed to providing you with the most professional, high-quality, and up-to-date training possible. We want you to succeed, to save lives, and be truly ready. To that end, we always recommend the latest edition of the training text book, so you have the most recent editions of knowledge and practice in your training and at your fingertips.
Emergency Care, 13th Edition by Daniel J. Limmer EMT-P and Michael F. O'Keefe
Publisher: Pearson; 13 edition (February 21, 2015)
You may purchase the book on your own, new or used, at Amazon.com or Textbooks.com, for example. Or you can order through Best Practice Medicine during course registration for $100. You may also use the eText for this edition. The companion workbook is not required. However, you may use it to supplement your learning.
A requirement of this course is to have access to a stable internet connection as there is regular online content in addition to online course exams.
Please note: This price does not include the textbook which you may purchase on your own or you may also purchase through Best Practice Medicine during registration.
There is a $300 Non-Refundable deposit required to hold your seat.
The remaining $650.00 is due on the first day of class. Alternately you may mail checks to:
Best Practice Medicine
601 Haggerty Lane, Suite A
Bozeman MT 59715