The Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell’s EMS Education Program is a New Mexico EMS Bureau and Joint Organization of Education Training Program.
New Mexico Department of Health
1301 Siler Road, Bld F.
Santa Fe, NM 87507
Voice (505) 476-8200
Fax (505) 471-2122
The Paramedic Program is accredited:
Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
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Clearwater, FL 33756
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Through the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP).
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Rowlett, TX 75088
The EMS program is designed for students who desire a career in pre-hospital emergency medicine. The program provides the student with the theoretical and practical preparation to qualify the successful graduate at four levels of service:
- Emergency Medical Responder
- Emergency Medical Technician
- Advanced Emergency Medical Technician, or
These levels of instruction meet or exceed the New Mexico EMS Minimal Curriculum Standard and the National EMS Education Standards (the Standards) Curriculum. Upon successful completion of a level, the graduate is eligible to take the New Mexico State Licensure and/or National Registry of EMT’s examination. ENMU‑Roswell offers refresher courses for all levels of service and continuing education courses that are of interest to the Medical and Emergency Medical Services community.
In addition to the above, ENMU-Roswell maintains the following qualifications:
ENMU-Roswell’s qualifications include:
- 28 years of providing EMS and Public Safety Classes
- American Heart Association (AHA) Training Center for all levels
- National Association of EMT’s (NAEMT) Educational Program Training Site for all programs.
- University of Maryland Baltimore County CCEMTP® and PNCCT® Training Site
- First Airway, LLC., Authorized Training Center for The Difficult Airway Course™
- United States Department of Agriculture Class R Research Facility
- Instructors and staff who are not only content experts but all have real world experience both domestic and international as EMS, Fire, Rescue, Crtical Care (Ground and Aeromedical),Tactical (civilian and military), and Community Paramedics.
- Medical Direction provided by a practicing Emergency Department physician and EMS Service Director. He is a former paramedic and USAF Pararescue specialist
Brief Program History
ENMU-Roswell established the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program in 1986 offering EMT Basic and Intermediate classes. In 1988, the program became the first decentralized Paramedic program outside of Albuquerque in conjunction with the University of New Mexico EMS Academy. In 1991, ENMU-Roswell’s EMS program became independent from the EMS Academy, becoming New Mexico’s second New Mexico EMS Bureau EMS Education Program. ENMU-Roswell’s Paramedic Program became a Joint Review Committee for Educational Programs for the EMT-Paramedic accredited program in 1994. ENMU-Roswell was subsequently accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions in 1999, and was reaccredited in 2005 with a full five-year approval. Since the EMS program’s beginning, more than 10,000 students have gone through its programs or classes. This includes over 1,000 First Responder, 4,000 EMT Basic, 1,500 EMT-Intermediate, and 600 Paramedic students who have graduated.