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SFCC offers a paramedic training program. Using scenario-based human patient simulation and case-based practice, students undergo an intensive, practical learning experience. This cohort program prepares students for the National Registry EMT-Paramedic (NREMT-P) certification exam and the New Mexico licensure exam. Licensed paramedics provide advanced life support (ALS) in pre-hospital settings.
Prerequisite to the program: Admission to the Paramedic program is competitive. Students must have a current New Mexico EMT-Basic or EMT-Intermediate license. Vaccinations required. Students must pass the NM Department of Health background check and drug screen that is provided at the start of class
Students can earn the following degree related to this certificate:
Prerequisites for Admission to the Paramedic Cohort Program:
Admission to the program requires both written and scenario testing. Two letters of recommendation are also required. Each applicant must have an active EMT-Intermediate license. MATH 102 - Basic Algebra or skill-level equivalent is also a prerequisite for program admission.