Get the Education and Training You Need to Become a Paramedic
The National Medical Education & Training Center/Anna Maria College Consortia paramedic program in Massachusetts is designed for both EMTs and Intermediates who wish to pursue their paramedic certification in a traditional classroom setting. Our program is taught to the National EMS Education Standards and the National EMS Scope of Practice model.
The National Medical Education & Training Center/Anna Maria Consortia 1,168-hour paramedic training program incorporates all of the necessary technical hands-on training to teach you how to become a paramedic and prepare you to take the NREMT-P exam.
- This program includes hands-on practical skills, experience with cutting-edge simulations and emergency medicine training equipment, as well as valuable presentations in a variety of settings. You will be challenged to put your skills to the test with advanced simulations on both our adult sim manikins as well as several sim baby manikins, all in an effort to bring the real world of EMS into the classroom.
- Massachusetts clinical internship sites are provided in advance by NMETC. Clinical internships can help you acquire valuable experience in different areas within the clinical sites. You will be required to complete a combined total of 200 hours in the Emergency Room, OR, ICU, CCU, PEDI and OB.
- Students are required to complete a field internship total of 300 hours of ride time and 50 ALS Team Lead patient contacts, based on the rules of Massachusetts OEMS. All time and skills requirements must be completed with an approved field internship ride-along program. Students are required to document time attended, as well as skills performed, all under the direction of an approved preceptor.
Upon completion of online paramedic training from National Medical Education & Training Center/Anna Maria Consortia, you will be eligible to take the NREMT certification exam.
The National Medical Education & Training Center/Anna Maria College Consortia has developed a blend of challenging curriculum, experienced instruction and skills training, all taught in a supportive learning environment with proven success at both the state and national levels.
The National Medical Education & Training Center/Anna Maria College Consortia graduates are eligible to take the NREMT certification exam upon program completion. Please contact us for exact up-to-date first-time pass rates for NREMT certification rates.
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If you are interested in finding out more about paramedic training programs, request more information, or call us today at 508-510-3666.