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EMT and Paramedic classes begin in May!
call 973-1673 to sign up.
Program Note! We are now doing physical exams through Madison Osteopathic Medicine (850-253-8000) If you are experiencing trouble calling in to make an appointment, please call them around 5:00pm. That time has the least amount of phone traffic.
Firefighter 1 started April 1st, keep on the lookout for the next FF1 class
Basic Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
The Basic Emergency Medical Technician Program at North Florida Community College was developed to provide first-phase training in the career ladder of the emergency medical technician.
To be with an employed ambulance service in the State of Florida, a student must be trained and certified through the EMS section of the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services. Successful completion of this course will enable the student to apply to take the State Examination for EMTs.
The program is four months (one semester) in duration and requires 330 clock hours.
Evening and daytime class schedules are available. Additional clinical runs will be scheduled by the instructor.
New EMT textbook we will be using the Limmer 12th edition Emergency Care textbook next class
Emergency Care 12/E
Daniel J. Limmer, EMT-P, Southern Maine Technical College
Michael F. O'Keefe, Department of Health
Harvey T. Grant
J. David Bergeron
Edward T. Dickinson
This program is a comprehensive
course including lectures, hands on
training and “live” fire exercises.
This program will prepare the student to
become a State Certified Firefighter.
The program is four months (one
semester) in duration and requires
206 clock hours.
Firefighter program application
Firefighter 1 textbook
|| IFSTA / Brady
Essentials of Firefighting and Fire
Department Operations, 6e
©2013 | ISBN: 0-13-325144-6
The Paramedic Program at North Florida Community College was developed to fulfill the requirements to practice, under medical direction, the art and science of out-of-hospital medicine. The goal of the program is to provide the graduate with the knowledge, skill and professional attributes associated with an entry-level paramedic position. Graduates are trained to prevent and reduce mortality and morbidity due to illness or injury.
Successful completion of this course will enable the student to take the State Registry Examination for Paramedics.
The program is 11 months in duration and requires 38 credit hours. A four (4) hour Anatomy and Physiology course is required for the program. Classes meet 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Paramedic Care: Principles & Practice 4/E,
Volumes 1 through 7 are required
Bryan E. Bledsoe, DO, FACEP, FAAEM, EMT-P
Robert S. Porter, MA, EMT-P
Richard A. Cherry, MS, EMT-P, SUNY, Syracuse
Seven volume shrink wrapped set
North Florida Community College
325 NW Turner Davis Drive
Madison, Florida 32340
TELEPHONE: (850) 973-1673
FAX: (850) 973-1713