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An emergency medical technician (EMT) provides emergency care for accident victims, people who suffer sudden illness or those whose health condition has deteriorated to a life-threatening state.

The Emergency Medical Program Services provides training at several levels:

  • EMS-Basic
  • Advanced EMT
  • Paramedic
  • Community Paramedic
  • Critical Care/Flight Paramedic.

The Emergency Medical Program Services provides training at three progressive levels: EMS-Basic, EMS-Intermediate, and EMS-Paramedic. Two enhanced skills certificates are available which include Critical Care/Flight Paramedic and Community Paramedic (available to paramedics). EMSP is fully accredited by CoAEMSP and CAAHEP.

Individuals with National Registry (NREMT) and/or previously related work experience may register for specialized, specific courses either individually or in an accelerated fashion. In addition, EPCC offers EMS professionals options for Award of Non-Traditional Credit based on your work experience. See the Health Occupations Counselor or EMSP Program Coordinator for more information.


Career Ladder Mobility

Master’s Degree

Duration of Program

2 year - Certificate of Completion
2 year - Associate Program

Program Documents

layout image Report of Health Evaluation Form (Policy - Pg.7)

EMS-Details_About_the_Program.pdfEMS - Details About the Program
EMS_Plan_Descriptions.pdfEMS Plan Descriptions
EMSP_Program_Outcome_Data.pdfEMSP Program Outcome Data
Advanced_EMT_C2-EMAD.pdfProgram Guide - Advanced EMT CC
Community_Paramedic_C3-EMCP.pdfProgram Guide - Community Paramedic CC
Critical_Care_Flight_Paramedic_C3-EMFP.pdfProgram Guide - Critical Care Flight Paramedic CC
Emergency_Medical_Technician_EMT_C1-EMTC.pdfProgram Guide - Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) CC
EMT_Paramedic_AAS-EMSP.pdfProgram Guide - EMT Paramedic AAS
EMT_Paramedic_C2-EMSC.pdfProgram Guide - EMT Paramedic CC