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EMT-Paramedic Program - Initial Training
Emergency Medical Technician –Paramedic (EMT-P)
Emergency Medical Technician –Paramedic (EMT-P) is the highest level of pre-hospital
care. Paramedics are trained members of the health- care community often responsible for
bringing life-saving diagnostic and treatments to the patient at the scene of an emergency.
The Paramedic has extensive training in pre-hospital pharmacology, advanced patient
assessment, advanced airway and cardiac management, trauma management, and the
pathophysiology and management of shock.
The scope of practice of the paramedic is rapidly expanding thus creating a number of new
employment opportunities. Our nationally accredited, 1,200 hour, 16-month long Paramedic
Program is maintained and supported by clinically experienced EMS Educators and
Paramedics. Our Clinical Coordinator organizes the intensive clinical and field rotations at
over 50 hospitals and ALS EMS services across New England. Graduates of our program
are eligible for 34 college credit hours with Granite State College or 35 credit hours with
New Hampshire Technical Institute.
It is NEEMSI’s goal to prepare entry-level Paramedics with the knowledge, practical skills,
and behaviors necessary to provide quality patient care. Our program includes Advanced
Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, International Trauma Life Support,
12 lead ECG interpretation, capnography, and the latest New Hampshire Transition
Modules. Students who successfully complete our paramedic program are eligible to take
the National Registry of EMTs examination and subsequently apply for state licensure. Our
program is approved by both the New Hampshire and Massachusetts state EMS offices and
we are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.
Prerequisite: Current certification at the EMT-Basic level or higher.
NREMT Fee Duration: Sixteen months (1,200 hours).
June 29, 2015
Paramedic courses meet Monday’s 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
How to apply to the Paramedic Program: Enrollment into the NEEMSI paramedic
program is open to licensed EMT-Basics or EMT- Intermediates who are actively working in
Our admissions procedures are as follows:
Apply online on the registration page http://www.registration.neemsinstitute.com/
pay the $60 Paramedic Program application fee.
Our Program Coordinator will contact you to confirm receipt and assist you in
scheduling the HOBET V assessment test.
Take the HOBET V, on the day you take the assessment we will schedule your
You may mail or drop off the following documents which are required for the
Paramedic Program; resume, recommendation from your head of service,
recommendation from your Medical Director. Additionally you must submit copies of;
EMT card, CPR card, proof of 50 ALS calls within the last calendar year, HS or GED
diploma and/or college diploma or transcript, proof of vaccinations (MMR, HBV, and
TB). Students are required to have personal health insurance and complete the
NEEMSI Health Evaluation Form (NEEMSI will send this to you).
On the day of your interview, you will be given a tour of our facilities, meet with our
Program Registrar to learn about program finances, and, of course, interview with
your lead instructor.
We have a rolling admission program. When you have completed the admissions
requirements you will be notified within a few days in writing.
Once accepted into the program, you will be sent a Matriculation Form. You must
complete this form and return it to NEEMSI within the specified time frame.
If you have questions about our Paramedic Program, please contact our office at