Program TitleEmergency Medical Technician - Paramedic
Program Description
The program consists of approximately 1600 hours of classroom, clinical, and vehicular internship, and runs for approximately 14 consecutive months. Admission to the program is limited. Interested students should meet with the Program Director for advising. The curriculum meets or exceeds standards of the Department of Transportation National Standard Curriculum for EMT Paramedic (1998). Upon successful completion of the Paramedic program, graduates will receive course completion certificates and eligibility to take the National Registry Examination. In addition, graduates will receive NAEMT PHTLS-Advanced, AHA ACLS-EP, Vehicle Extrication, AHA PALS, and PEPP (Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals) certificates. Graduates will be prepared to take charge of patient care in the pre-hospital setting.
Program O*Net URLhttp://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/29-2041.00, Assess injuries, administer emergency medical care, and extricate trapped individuals. Transport injured or sick persons to medical facilities.
Estimated Complete Program Cost Tuition and Fees$2310 In District, $2400 Out of District, $7800 Out of State
Estimated Complete Program Cost Room and BoardDorm = $419.00 per month room/$4,604 for one year meal plan
Estimated Complete Program Cost Books and Supplies$1500
Other Program Costs
Immunizations up to $900 depending on past immunizations and clinical site
Drug testing/Background Check $110
Lab and Liability Fee $50
FISDAP $150
Extrication $100
ACLS, ACLS EP, PALS, PHTLS, AMLS Certifications $100
Length of Program (Normal Time)4 semesters
Number of Students that Completed the Program11
Number of Students that Completed within Normal Time11
Job Placement Rates for Students Completing the Program
100%
Median Program Federal Student Loan Debt
Median Program Private Loan Debt
Median Program Institutional Financing Plan Debt
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