South Georgia Tech EMT students graduate

Published 3:00 pm Tuesday, February 9, 2016

AMERICUS — South Georgia Technical College recently graduated several individuals from its emergency medical technician course which is held now on both the Americus campus and at the Crisp County Center. The graduates also earned their CPR certification as well as EMT certification through the National Registry of EMTs.
The emergency medical technology basic certificate program is intended to provide the entry-level component of training for students to receive initial emergency medical technician certification in the state of Georgia.
Matt Hunt is the South Georgia Tech EMT instructor. The SGTC students covered emergencies that ranged from trauma, medical, obstetrical, geriatric and EMS operations.
The individuals who graduated from the program recently included  Trevor Avery of Ellaville, Sean Curtis of Americus, Adam Durham of Americus, and Turner Gruber of Americus. These students will be challenging the Advanced EMT certification in the near future.
For more information about the South Georgia Technical College EMT class contact Matt Hunt at or the college admission’s department at 229-931-2760 in Americus or visit the college website at