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Assignments are made without regard to time of day, day of week or holiday schedule. There are no off-days for emergency medicine providers. Duty-days, in this case the student’s assigned rotation-day, are a commitment to provide a necessary public service. Assignments to specific clinical sites are not guaranteed to students.
Hospital assignments will be done using a random student selection method. When a student is advised by the clinical coordinator that the student is cleared for sign-up, the student must do so promptly or accept whatever is assigned.
MICU internship assignments will be scheduled from within the student’s top three choices from a list of MICU sites provided by the clinical coordinator, whenever possible.
One re-schedule will be allowed for unforeseen, urgent, just and reasonable causes, provided that the clinical coordinator, or the EMS program director, is contacted prior to the absence. Emergencies will be taken into consideration. This includes inclement weather related attendance problems.
The only medical skills permitted to be performed are those found on the clinical objectives. It is the responsibility of all students to become thoroughly familiar with these objectives. The personnel at the clinical sites host interns from many medical specialties and may not be fully aware of these objectives. It is the Brookhaven College student’s responsibility to advise the preceptor if the skill performance requested is not within the scope of the training through the Brookhaven College EMS Program. Clinical objectives will be thoroughly reviewed in class and are part of the course syllabi.
Costs associated with food, parking and other incidentals while at clinical sites are not included in the college tuition.
The EMT Program requires successful completion of the internship experience, which may include additional shifts, until the preceptor(s) can safely and honestly sign a release indicating that the intern is capable to function independently as an EMS provider. There is no maximum number of internship hours.
The following list is subject to change based on contract agreements and site availability:
The Brookhaven College EMT Program has set specific completion guidelines. Students must complete all associated clinical experiences, hospital and MICU, within the designated time for their class. For EMT-Basic, this is 30 days from the last day in the classroom.