Currently Denver Health Paramedics - EMS Education has moved all of its current EMT and Paramedic programs online. Our goal is to get our students to the finish line in their educational endeavors! We are still accepting applications for our Summer EMT courses in anticipation that the social distancing restrictions may be modified by the course start dates of May 26th. We are meeting frequently with all stakeholders to ensure that we are keeping the safety of our staff and students in mind during this unprecedented time. Thank you for your patience and understanding!
These courses will begin on time and potentially all lectures may be held via an online platform until COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. If you are in need of a BLS for Healthcare Provider certification we will provide this as a part of the class UNLESS restrictions are lifted and you are able to attend an in person class prior to the start of the course. For the required vaccinations, if you are not able to get them prior to class starting because of COVID-19 restrictions, we will still accept you into the course. Once we are cleared to resume clinical time, you will be required to have the vaccinations prior to completing any them. Please complete My Clinical Exchange as best you can with the information your currently have.
The Paramedic Division at Denver Health Medical Center responds to over 110,000 calls per year. Our EMT students get the opportunity to learn in a high-volume, fast paced urban setting, gaining practical experience unmatched by any other EMT program in Colorado. Riding along with the Denver Health Paramedic Division promises exposure to a wide variety of clinical situations. During the course, students receive over 200 hours of both didactic and skills training from paramedics who actively work in the field. In addition, EMT students have the opportunity to complete a shift in one of the busiest emergency departments in the region with both adult and pediatric trauma capabilities.
The Denver Health Paramedics EMT training program follows the National Emergency Medical Services Education Standards and is designed to teach students basic medical skills needed to respond in an emergency situation. Once completed you are eligible to test for the National Registry EMT Certification. Once NREMT certified you can apply for your Colorado State EMT Certification.
Our EMT Course
This course will provide the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) student the knowledge and skills required to provide appropriate emergency care and transportation of patients suffering from traumatic insult/injury and/or of medical nature. Attendance and success of the EMT course requirements will qualify and prepare the learner to sit for the NREMT online exam and participate in the NREMT psychomotor final, although does not guarantee certification.
Semester Schedule Course: (Denver Health Campus)
The cost of the course is $1650. This fee includes eBooks, clinical rides and NREMT practical exam. A laptop or tablet will be needed for this course. The written NREMT test is the responsibility of the student.
Accelerated Course: (Denver Health Campus)
Cost of the course is $1950. This fee includes eBooks, clinical rides and NREMT practical exam. A laptop or tablet will be needed for this course. The written NREMT test is the responsibility of the student.
Semester Schedule Course: (Metropolitan State University (MSU) Campus)
Cost of the course is $1650. Course fee includes all fees, clinical fees and uniform shirts. Course books will be eBooks. A laptop or tablet will be needed for this course.
The written NREMT test is the responsibility of the student.
The MSU Campus course is NOT eligible for MSU provided financial aid.
A BLS for Healthcare Provider CPR certification is required prior to starting class as it will no longer be offered during the course. For a list of our upcoming classes please visit https://denverhealthparamedics.enrollware.com/schedule
* What kind of BLS for Healthcare Providers certification do you accept?
The book for this course is an ebook, a laptop or tablet is required for the course. If you prefer a hard copy of the book, we utilize the AAOS Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured, 13th edition and can be purchased online.
We are located at 190 W. 6th Ave Denver, CO 80204. If you have additional questions please contact us at email@example.com or at 303-602-2530.
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The following vaccinations are required:
Hepatitis B, Varicella ( or proof that you had Chickenpox as a child), TDAP, MMR,Tuberculosis Skin Test (PPD) within the last year and a current Flu Shot (within the last year). TDAP, Flu Shot and PPD must remain current during the length of the course. If they expire during the course you will need to have a booster in order to complete clinicals. Once you have completed the application you will be entered into Denver Health's student compliance software called My Clinical Exchange (MCE). MCE will then send you an email with directions on how to upload these documents. If your course is not during Flu season then MCE will not require a Flu shot. You MUST submit your documents via MCE or you will not be allowed to attend our courses. Acceptance is first come first served so it is imperative to complete the MCE document upload ASAP. You will receive an email from MCE within 24-72 hours after completion of your application. If you are a Colorado resident you may obtain a copy of your vaccination records by visiting www.coloradovaccinations.com (a fee may apply).
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