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Accelerated EMT-Paramedic Program

 

Accelerated EMT-Paramedic Program for the Soldier, Sailor, or Airmen who wants more...

 

The Accelerated EMT-Paramedic Program at DMI provides training and instruction to develop Paramedics capable of providing advanced care within the military and civilian community (Optional A.A.S. degree through affiliated college).

 

This fast paced program is designed for the experienced Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Special Forces Medic, (18 Delta, SEALs, Pararescuemen) and others with previous professional healthcare experience.

 

Course Intent


The Accelerated EMT-Paramedic Program at DMI provides training and instruction to develop EMT Paramedics capable of providing advanced care within the military and civilian community (Optional A.A.S. degree pending through affiliated college). Accelerated course fee of $6995. (Includes: Tuition, Testing Fees, and Textbooks).

 

This program may include (RNs) or those with strong academic medical backgrounds. Based on the 2010 National Standard Curriculum Guidelines, teaching will focus on acute assessment skills based on more comprehensive anatomy and physiology. The course will cover airway skills, cardiac management, fluid resuscitation, and specific medications at the paramedic level. This individually tailored program will run over the course of six

months. Upon successful completion of our program, students will be eligible to sit for the National Registry Paramedic Board Exam.

 

 

Prescreening & Acceptance

 

  1. Current American Heart Basic Life Support or its equivalent, ACLS, PALS or PEPP, and PHTLS.

  2. The student must be able to prove through valid credentials that they have completed an EMT-Basic program prior to admission.

  3. Students required to perform and document twenty successful IV starts at their local or medical resource

  4. hospital prior to program acceptance.

  5. All training follows the Department of Transportation ( D O T ) curriculum and instructional guidelines.

  6. Upon completion of the on-line course work, students must complete their training in an approved clinical / field environment.

  7. Eligibility to sit for the NREMTP exam involves successful completion of classroom, lab, and clinical portions of the course.

  8. A seat reservation may be made for any session after the initial “intro” session has been completed.

  9. Students are required to obtain the field experience portion of the course on their own for an additional 100 hours in the clinical setting and 112 hours in the field setting (a total of 212 hours).

  10. Two options: the student sets up clinical in their area or the school sets up the clinical within the state of Maine. Call or e-mail DMI for more information.

  11. Program applications are due in to the DMI office one month prior to the start of class for review and acceptance.

  12. Specific immunization s required prior to program start.

 

 

*The student will be responsible for airline, lodging, rental cars, and meals for the length of the course.

 

For more information contact: Angelina Leve at (253) 238-6343 or aleve@deploymentmedicine.com

 

 

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