Paramedic PROGRAM

Paramedic PROGRAM

The paramedic level is the highest pre-hospital certification obtainable. Paramedics practice the art and science of pre-hospital medicine in conjunction with medical direction. Paramedics are an essential component of the continuum of care and serve as linkages among health resources. The emerging roles and responsibilities of the paramedic include public education, health promotion, participation in injury and illness prevention programs, and functioning as a facilitator of access to care as well as an initial treatment provider. Applicants must be a current EMT prior to admission to the paramedic program. 

Our paramedic program is accredited by CAAHEP (CoAEMSP program 600463). All qualified School of EMS graduates are eligible to attempt the National Registry Exam.  

Please note that a high school diploma or GED as well as a state ID or driver’s license is required. All students must pass a drug screen as well as a background screening.

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NREMT Pass Rate

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Retention

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Positive Placement

CoAHEP Threshold is 70%. Data represents paramedic cohorts with start dates ranging from March 2021 through February 2022.

During this reporting period, School of EMS trained a total of 442 New Nationally Registered Paramedics!

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Paramedic Course Listing

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%

NREMT Pass Rate

%

Retention

%

Positive Placement

CoAHEP Threshold is 70%. Data represents paramedic cohorts with start dates ranging from March 2021 through February 2022.

During this reporting period, School of EMS trained a total of 442 New Nationally Registered Paramedics!

Ready to Apply?

Paramedic Course Listing

Click Here to view the full list of upcoming Paramedic Classes