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This is our second news article.

First Article

This is our first news article.

Online Courses

We offer a number of our classes in both a traditional classroom format, and an onlineĀ format based around live, face-to-face online sessions with our faculty:

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Here's our second feature article.

EMS 101

 "EMS" stands for Emergency Medical Services which today is a critical component of the nation's emergency, trauma care, and public health systems. EMS is part of the initial stages of the continuum of emergency care which includes emergency calls to 9-1-1; the dispatching of emergency personnel to the scene of an illness or trauma; providing on-scene care; providing care in transit; and transferring patients to definitive care either by ambulance or air medical service.

These functions of the EMS system are represented by each of the bars in the "Star of Life" symbol which was designed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and is now used and recognized world-wide.

Welcome to your new Acquia Drupal website!

If you are new to Drupal, follow these steps to set up your web site in minutes:

Step 1. Start at the beginning

Visit the administration section for a task-based or module-based overview of the options available to configure your website.

Step 2. Connect to the Acquia Network

At any time you can activate an Acquia Network subscription to gain access to Acquia's timely, professional support, automated services such as Mollom spam blocking, Acquia Library and documentation. Acquia offers subscription levels for every size web site - from individual blogs to enterprise-scale, multi-site deployments. Once you have your Acquia Network subscription keys, enter them on the settings page. Get started with a free trial today.

Step 3. Activate functionality

Turn on added functionality for your site - blogs, forums, polls, tags, comments, and more. Acquia Drupal comes with important modules to power social publishing capabilities on your site.

Hundreds of additional Drupal 7.x compatible modules are available on Drupal.org in the Drupal modules download section, which you can install through your modules page.

Step 4. Start publishing content

Start creating content for your site. Depending on which modules you have activated, you may see blogs, forums, polls and more as available content types.


Some optional configuration tasks are shown below. For more information, please refer to the built-in help section, or the online Drupal handbooks.

Choose a different design

Start by changing the colors of the default theme. To change the fundamental "look and feel" of your website, visit the appearance section and choose a theme from one of the many themes available out-of-the-box.

Many additional Drupal 7.x compatible themes are available on Drupal.org in the Drupal themes download section, which you can install through your themes page.

Configure the front page

The default front page is a listing of all content marked as Promoted to front page. You can manage your content from the content administration page. You can also designate, for example, an item of content you have created as the front page. See the site information settings page to configure the default front page path. You can also edit you site name and add a slogan to make the site your own.