Now Accepting Applications for the 2018-2019 Paramedic cohort!
Those wishing to enroll in the Paramedic Program must complete this application. The next Paramedic program runs from October 15, 2018 through December, 2019. The deadline to apply is July 31, 2018. Please contact us for more information on the application process.
About the Program
Want to learn how to provide emergency care in a 911 setting? Want to make a difference in your community and save lives?
Enroll in SFCC’s Emergency Medical Services Institute (EMSI). You will learn from instructors who are experienced professionals dedicated to preparing qualified, competent and compassionate health care providers.
You can earn Emergency Medical Technician certification and state licensure at the Basic, Intermediate and Paramedic levels.
Working in Paramedicine often means you’re making the difference between life and death.
SFCC’s Paramedic Program gives you top training in medical, trauma, cardiac, pediatric and many other types of emergencies, so you are prepared to provide immediate, quality, compassionate and evidence-based care wherever it is needed.
Partnerships with local fire and EMS departments provide the realistic environment for you to practice rescue exercises in life-threatening situations.
SFCC’s paramedic-training program will prep you to sit for the National Registry Certification Exam and to obtain New Mexico licensure. Paramedics are needed around the state and the nation, so, once licensed, students will be in high demand from employers. Students who complete the program are prepared for the national and state licensure exams.
SFCC can tailor the program based on the needs of the community to serve local fire departments, hospitals, ambulance services, government agencies, and members of the public who wish to further their skills and knowledge.
The Institute also offers certification in CPR/First Aid and post licensure certification courses in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Advanced Medical Life Support (AMLS) and PreHospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS). Once you’re licensed, you’re eligible to work in a variety of rural and urban emergency settings.