Test takers are required to be professional, civil and respectful at all time while on the premises of the Test Center.
Meet with one of your instructors (some programs actually mandate such a meeting) and discuss your results.
Consider using additional study resources to make sure you thoroughly review areas that caused you the most trouble on the test.
In addition, the program develops the paramedics’ critical thinking.
ATI Ambulance is one of only a few ambulance providers in the State of Illinois that have been approved through the State of Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) to offer this advanced training.
The strength of our critical care program is in collaborating with our healthcare partners in designing a transport program that is tailored to meet their specific needs.
ATI’s Critical Care Program is an intensive course that prepares the critical care paramedics in the following: patients on balloon pumps, advanced 12 lead EKG interpretation and advanced pharmacology.
Our physicians, many of whom were Paramedics, understand the importance of critical care and EMS in the pre-hospital setting and continue to work with ATI’s paramedics by mentoring them after the completion of the critical care program.
These exams are for students currently enrolled in the FAU College of Nursing.
Many nursing schools administer ATI examinations in such subject areas as pediatrics, obstetrics, community health, and pharmacology throughout students' nursing programs.
Students in their final semester are also given a Comprehensive Predictor Assessment, also referred to as an exit exam.