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Take the next step and advance your career today! The Paramedic Program prepares students to be excellent healthcare providers, ready to become leaders in the field. Students receive extensive training in Airway Management, Cardiology, Pharmacology, Medical and Trauma Emergencies, Pediatric Emergencies, and much more. Students participate in clinical and vehicular shifts while completing their classroom training to relate the classroom lecture with real-world experiences. Accept the challenge and become a Paramedic. Enroll today!
|Start Date||End Date||Meeting Days||Hours||Location|
|July 10, 2019||August 2020||Wednesdays||9:00am – 5:00pm||Mesa Main Campus|
|October 24, 2019||November 2020||Thursdays||9:00am – 5:00pm||Mesa Main Campus|
- 13 Month Program meets 1-2 times per week.
- Total Program: 1228 hours
- Classroom Didactic and Lab Hours: 504
- Clinical and Vehicular Rotation Hours: 724 hours
Many clinical & Vehicular Options
- Vehicular rotations with ambulance services and fire departments in both rural and urban settings.
- Clinical shifts in the Trauma Room, Pediatric Emergency Department, Operating Room, Labor & Delivery, Burn Unit, and much more.
- “The Arizona Partnership for Paramedic Training is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP).
- Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs 25400 US Highway 19 N., Suite 158 Clearwater, FL 33763 727-210-2350 www.caahep.org
- To contact CoAEMSP: 8301 Lakeview Parkway Suite 111-312 Rowlett, TX 75088 214-703-8445 FAX 214-703-8992 www.coaemsp.org”
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Textbooks and Uniforms
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Paramedic Program Course Modules
- EMT200 – Introduction to Paramedicine
- EMT210 – Pharmacology and Medication Administration
- EMT220 – Patient Assessment
- EMT230 – Airway and Pulmonology
- EMT240 – Cardiology
- EMT245 – ACLS
- EMT250 – Advanced Medical Emergencies
- EMT252 – ALS Practicum: Phase 1
- EMT255 – AMLS
- EMT260 – Special Populations
- EMT262 – ALS Practicum: Phase 2
- EMT265 – PALS
- EMT270 – Advanced Trauma Emergencies
- EMT275 – PHTLS
- EMT280 – EMS Operations
- EMT282 – ALS Practicum: Internship
- EMT290 – Paramedic NREMT Prep
Paramedic Program Outcomes
|NREMT CBT – Pass 1st attempt||80%||95%||83%||94%||89%|
|NREMT CBT – Pass within 3 attempts||89%||100%||92%||100%||93%|
|NREMT Psychomotor exam||100%||100%||100%||100%||100%|
Paramedic Program Advisory Committee
- Ryan Herold – Mesa Fire & Medical Department
- Derek DeTemple – Medical Director
- Catherine Niemiec – PIHMA
- Todd Rowe – PIHMA
- Dennis Dominguez – Guadalupe Fire Department
- Brad Kells – Current Student
- Tyler Bittner – Current Student
- Rory Kulawiec – Graduate
- Chris Huson – Graduate
- Mickey Kovach – Banner Desert Medical Center
- Sara Latham – Banner University Medical Center – Phoenix
- Robert Ditch – Government Official
- Roy Lavenda – Public
- Andrew Johnston – Program Director
- Mike Glover – Faculty
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BEFORE APPLY : Please read our Terms & Conditions
- Each applicant must be at least 18 years of age
- Complete an in-person interview with AAES faculty and staff.
- Complete a written test.
- Provide copy of High School Diploma/GED/or equivalent
- Complete an Enrollment Agreement & Acknowledgement of Pre-Practicum Drug Screen
- Pay nonrefundable Registration Fee ($200.00)
- Negative TB test or chest x-ray with a negative result within 12 months of application.
- Immunity to MMR
- Immunity to varicella (chicken pox). Provide a titer or copy of medical record
- Tetanus/Diphtheria shot (within last 10 years)
- Hepatitis B immunity (requires a titer) or evidence that you have declined the vaccination series. (Hepatitis B waiver form available)
- Seasonal flu vaccine or signed declination due to medical contraindication or religious objection.
- Copy of current health insurance card
- Provide copy of current fingerprint clearance card.
- Demonstrate and/or attest to ability to perform the following: communicate verbally, lift, carry, and balance 100 lbs independently, and bend, squat, and crawl on even and uneven terrain.
- Provide current AZ EMT Basic or EMT Intermediate certification card
- Provide current Basic Life Support (CPR) Healthcare Provider card
- Provide proof of successful completion of 24 hour Hazardous Materials First Responder course.
our clients say
The instructors are very knowledgeable and were always there to help me through it all.This paramedic program is awesome!