Paramedic Student Page
The Paramedic Program is now accepting applications!!!
Click here for the Paramedic Application Packet.pdf
What is a Paramedic (EMT-P)?
An EMT-P provides advanced emergency treatment to patients in the pre-hospital setting. Saving lives is the most rewarding aspect of a paramedic career. The well- trained paramedic can also reduce the length os a patient's hospital stay by preventing the danger of more serious injury that could occur through incorrect treatment in the stages before hospitalization.
How do I become a Paramedic?
The Arnot Health Paramedic Program is an eleven month course (two semesters). Classes are two nights a week and some Saturdays. Classes ar held at EMSTAR Training Center. In this program, students receive instruction in the practice of pre-hospital emergency medicine through lecture, labs, clinical and field training. The curriculum is designed to involve students in the four components of training concurrently. This enable the paramedic students to master theory and practical application quickly.
Applicants must possess a current EMT-Basic certification and have a high school diploma or GED and be at leat 18 years old.
Program information and advisment is available by calling Brandon Rosettie at 607-732-2354 x107.
|Required books for class:
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Emergency Care in the Streets (7th Ed) by Nancy Caroline, Volume I & II
Emergency Care in the Streets (7th Ed) Workbook by Nancy Caroline
Other: not needed to begin class
ACLS Provider Manual
PALS Provider Manual
ITLS for Emergency Care Providers (7th Ed)
Capnography, King of the ABCs