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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 EMS registry and/or previously related work experience may register for specialized, specific courses either individually or in an accelerated fashion. See the Health Occupations Counselor or EMSP Program Coordinator for more information.


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 7.01.03.10 - Pg.7)

  
  
Advanced_EMT_C2-EMAD.pdfAdvanced EMT Program Guide
Community_Paramedic_C3-EMCP.pdfCommunity Paramedic C3-EMCP Program Guide
Critical_Care_Flight_Paramedic_C3-EMFP.pdfCritical Care Flight Paramedic CEMFP Program Guide
Details_About_the_Program-EMS.pdfDetails About the Program - EMS
Emergency_Medical_Technician_(EMT)_C1-EMTC.pdfEmergency Medical Technician (EMT) Program Guide
EMS_Plan_Descriptions.pdfEMS Plan Descriptions
EMSP_Program_Outcome_Data.pdfEMSP Program Outcome Data
EMT_Paramedic_AAS-EMSP_C2-EMSC.pdfEMT Paramedic AAS and Paramedic C2-EMSC Program Guide
Paramedic_AAS-EMSP_C2-EMSC.pdfParamedic Certificate and AAS Program Guide