An opportunity for minority, low-income, and at-risk youth to become EMTs

The St. Paul Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Academy provides an opportunity for minority, low-income, and at-risk youth of St. Paul to be trained as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). Tuition, textbooks, and uniforms are all provided by the Academy, and an hourly wage is typically included. The affiliated Ambulance Service provides invaluable work experience to Academy…

EMS Needs To Be At The Same Educational Level As Every Other Health Care Provider In The Country

PRESS RELEASE By: Walt Stoy, Professor and Program Administrative Director, Center for Emergency Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA “National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) will require that individuals taking the Paramedic exam must have graduated from an eductional program accredited by CAAHEP through the CoAEMSP.“ The citizens of the United States expect and deserve quality healthcare….