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The Paramedic is not only a health care
professional; he/she is the eyes, ears and hands of the emergency physician.
Through the paramedic's observations and report, the doctor in charge must be
able to make an accurate assessment of a patient that the doctor can neither
see nor touch. Through the Paramedic's hands, the doctor renders skilled and
appropriate treatment. In their management of the critically ill and injured,
paramedics and doctor are linked only by a radio, and the success of their
endeavor depends on earned mutual trust and respect. Our Paramedic Program
is one of the oldest and most established paramedic education programs in
Colorado and the United States.
The Paramedic Program begins annually in
January and July. Classes are held Monday, Wednesday, & Friday; with a
required 4 hour Competency Lab on either Tuesday or Thursday.
The Paramedic Program is administered by St.
Anthony Hospital PreHospital Services. The Paramedic Program Administrative
staff includes Gina Soriya, MD, Scott Phillips, MS NR-P, Tracy Collins, RN,
BSN, NR-P, Robert Matoba, BS, MA, Paramedic, and Marilyn Bourn, RN, MSN, NR-P.
Principal faculty for the Paramedic Program includes emergency physicians,
registered nurses and paramedics. Adjunct faculty is comprised of professionals
from other inter-related fields.
The course content prepares the student for
advanced emergency medical care under the direct radio/telephone communication
of an emergency physician or within the protocols set forth by their physician
advisor. Field/clinical experience is provided to our students. These clinical
hours are in specialized critical care areas. Additional field experience is
provided through affiliated EMS agencies. Successful course completion includes
certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life
Support, and International Trauma Life Support.
The Colorado Community College and
Occupational Education Systems also recognizes the Paramedic Program for up to
49 college semester credits.
Graduates of the Paramedic Program are
eligible to apply for certification with the National Registry of Emergency
Medical Technicians and the State of Colorado.
The course is approved for Veteran Benefits
and Workforce Grants. Other government and private scholarship funds may be
Dates:Saturday & Sunday, June 24-25, 2017, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday, July 8-9, 2017, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Location:Van Gordon Building34 Van Gordon Street, 2nd Floor, Suite 200Lakewood, CO 80228
Students requiring this course must attend all
four days – no exceptions.
The course is divided into three sections:
Total Course: 1488 hours (without A&P)*
*Note: Anatomy & Physiology (A&P) is included in the St. Anthony Paramedic Program. Anatomy & Physiology (BIO
106) is offered as a co-requisite (cost is included in the program tuition). The
additional classroom hours for A&P will be added to total course hours (for
those students requiring it).
For those applicants who have
already successfully completed A&P 201 & 202 will not be
required to attend class on the day A&P is taught.
Class size: 12 Minimum
Tuition & Fees
$6950.00 Tuition (Includes $500 non-refundable seat fee.)
$500.00 Technology Fee
$95.00 Lab Fee $7545.00 Total Fees (Payable to St. Anthony PreHospital
Costs NOT Included in the Tuition:(Costs below are approximate.)Required
Textbooks w/ Learning Management System (LMS): $650-$800
Background Check: $50
Student Health Screening: cost varies
National Registry Paramedic Written Examination: $110.00The course is approved for Montgomery G.I. Veteran Benefits and Workforce Grants. Other government and private scholarship funds may be available.
Step I - Gather Prerequisites: Documentation of the following MUST be submitted as part of the application process in order to be considered for the Paramedic Academy.
Note: Anatomy & Physiology (BIO 201 & 202) is not a requirement for admission to the program. Anatomy & Physiology (BIO 106) is included in the program tuition.
Step II: Online application and documentation submission.
Step III: Successful Applicants
Step IV: Upon acceptance into the Paramedic Program, and by given deadlines, students must provide the
following to the PreHospital Services Office:
Required documentation may be sent to: St. Anthony PreHospital Services 34 Van Gordon Street, 2nd Floor Suite 200 Lakewood, Colorado 80228 Fax: 720-321-8971
Students who have successfully submitted all documentation will be scheduled to take the entrance exam. Below you can find a practice exam along with answer sheets to assist you in your preparation.
Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied
Health Education Programs upon the recommendation of the Committee
on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services
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