EMT – UT North Tyler, TX – ETX-22-12-L2-EMT

December 2022

Start Date: 12/12/2022
End Date: 4/9/2023

UT North Tyler, TX

An EMT (emergency medical technician) is a trained clinician that operates as part of an EMS (emergency medical services) system and provides care to patients who are experiencing a medical emergency. Rather than working in a hospital or health care center, EMTs often perform their duties in an ambulance, which allows them to remain mobile. EMTs perform a variety of non-invasive treatments to assist their patients and improve or stabilize their condition until they reach the hospital. An EMT certification is typically the starting point for many EMS professionals as it is a requirement to become a paramedic. 

Lab info

Lab Dates:
1/16/23 – 1/19/23
4/3/23 – 4/4/23

Lab Location:
11937 US Hwy 271Â

Tyler, TX 75708

Lab Times:

Lab hours are normally 0900 – 1800

Enrollment Fee: $150
Tuition: $800
Regional Fee: $550

Total Cost: $1,500

EMT Course

Online Format

Primary Instructor: TBA
Teaching Assistant: TBA
District Officer: Chris Vannoy
Regional Logistics Coordinator:
Regional Lab Manager:

Medical Director: Dr. William Moore


If your employer intends to pay for your education, please select this option. You will be asked to indicate your employer name, as well as a contact name and email for verification purposes.


The School of EMS has partnered with several High Schools in Texas to create a dual-enrollment program for High School students to complete the EMT program. This program is closed to partner schools only. If you are a High School Student at one of these partner schools, please use this application. If your school is interested in partnering with SOE, please contact us at info@schoolofems.org


The School of EMS offers three options to pay your tuition. You may pay your tuition up front, apply for financing through a third party lender, or set up an internal payment plan. Applicants who use our internal payment plan will be asked to provide a debit or credit card for recurring monthly payments.

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