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Paramedic

Paramedics provide extended and advanced level care including intubation, medication administration, and clinical assessment.

Paramedic Certificate – 3 to 4 semesters(42 academic credit hours) – Offered in the Fall on a daytime schedule, and in the Spring on an evening schedule.  Students must successfully complete the EMT Basic class before enrolling.  Fall classes generally meet twice a week for 7 hours a session for 3 semesters.  Spring classes generally meet in the evening twice a week for 4 hours a session for 4 semesters.  Clinical rotations are required in the paramedic program throughout the course, including a 240 hour internship at the end of the course.   

 

    
    
The EMS/EMT department is located in the University Health Sciences Building on the main NTCC campus
For More Information Contact:
Mike Hudson, EMS Coordinator
903-434-8269

    
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This page last updated by M. Hudson on 04/29/2015

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