Refund Policy

as of September 2021

You are eligible to receive a full refund, minus a $100 administrative fee, up to two weeks after the start of the course. 

 

 

Clinical Requirements

Each hospital has their own specific requirements, but students should expect to need the following vaccinations at a minimum;

  • MMR

  • Hep B

  • Varicella

  • TDap/DTap

  • COVID-19

Advanced EMT

Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians provide the the first line of Advanced Life Support providers. They are trained in advanced physical assessments, minor cardiac dysrhythmias, intravenous therapy, and advanced IV drug administration. The Advanced EMT, in the absence of a Paramedic, is the highest trained medical provider in the the prehospital setting. They have over 200 hours of combined clinical and didactic education to provide them with a solid ALS background for treating patients with advanced life threats. They are trained in many advanced airway procedures to aid the distressed respiratory patient. They are a crucial member of the EMS hierarchy.

Spring 2022

Faculty

Tom Welsh, AEMT, EMS I/C

Jacob Petlon, NRP

Mary Katherine Lockwood PhD, EMS I/C
 

 

When

Late January until late April/early May. Class will be held Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings from 6:30pm-10:00pm.

 

The New Hampshire Scope of Practice Module will be integrated into the class.

 

Where

New Hampshire Hall, UNH (124 Main St. Durham, NH)

 

Prerequisites

Current - Valid EMT Certification
Current - Valid Basic Life Support Provider CPR Certification

* These classes need to be finished by the completion of the course. Print out copies for your records as well as a copy to turn in for class.

You should expect to provide the following documentation for clinical placement

  • Proof of health insurance

  • NREMT certification

  • BLS Provider CPR

  • Proof of tuberculosis screening

  • Proof of recent physical exam

  • Varicella vaccination

  • MMR vaccination

  • Hep B vaccination

  • TDap/DTap vaccination

  • COVID-19 vaccination

  • Season flu vaccination


Specific requirements of partner hospitals will vary. Please contact Ian Hanley (ihanley@mcgregorems.org) with specific questions. You may need to update vaccinations if you do not meet hospital requirements.
 

Tuition

$1,500

 

Tuition includes: Instruction, required textbook, online course platform access, background checks and drug screening required for clinical placement.

Not included: National exam fees. You must also have a professional CPR certification to complete the course. You can obtain this yourself, or take our course. Course cost does not include cost of updating required vaccinations, physical exam, or TB tests required for clinical placement.

 

Registration

Please note that registration closes one week prior to the start of the class. You can register for this class online above. By registering you are agreeing to our cancellation policy.

 

Summer 2022

Faculty

Tom Welsh, AEMT, EMS I/C

Jacob Petlon, NRP

Mary Katherine Lockwood PhD, EMS I/C
 

 

When

Early June until late August. Class will be held Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings from 6:30pm-10:00pm.

 

The New Hampshire Scope of Practice Module will be integrated into the class.

 

Where

New Hampshire Hall, UNH (124 Main St. Durham, NH)

 

Prerequisites

Current - Valid EMT Certification
Current - Valid Basic Life Support Provider CPR Certification

* These classes need to be finished by the completion of the course. Print out copies for your records as well as a copy to turn in for class.

You should expect to provide the following documentation for clinical placement

  • Proof of health insurance

  • NREMT certification

  • BLS Provider CPR

  • Proof of tuberculosis screening

  • Proof of recent physical exam

  • Varicella vaccination

  • MMR vaccination

  • Hep B vaccination

  • TDap/DTap vaccination

  • COVID-19 vaccination

  • Season flu vaccination


Specific requirements of partner hospitals will vary. Please contact Ian Hanley (ihanley@mcgregorems.org) with specific questions. You may need to update vaccinations if you do not meet hospital requirements.
 

Tuition

$1,500

 

Tuition includes: Instruction, required textbook, online course platform access, background checks and drug screening required for clinical placement.

Not included: National exam fees. You must also have a professional CPR certification to complete the course. You can obtain this yourself, or take our course. Course cost does not include cost of updating required vaccinations, physical exam, or TB tests required for clinical placement.

 

Registration

Please note that registration closes one week prior to the start of the class. You can register for this class online above. By registering you are agreeing to our cancellation policy.

 

Registration Closed