Emergency Medical Technician

Emergency Medical Technician

Emergency Medical Technician

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Make an Impact With Your Profession

Each year in the U.S. about 240 million calls are made to 911, which means just about every minute someone urgently needs help. Put yourself in a position to provide help with an EMT degree from San Jacinto College. In addition to classroom instruction, our program puts you on the front lines of emergency care, where you will be taught by seasoned professionals in real-world critical situations.

Find Endless Career Opportunities

Our graduates regularly achieve success in a number of areas, working for fire departments, government and hospital ambulance services, law enforcement offices and more. You may find yourself helping patients high above the city in an air ambulance, on an offshore rig, or overseas in a developing or disaster-stricken country. You can even use this degree as a foundation for nursing or medical school. Enroll today! Prospective students must contact the EMT Department on the preferred campus for admission. See to the right for campus specific information.

North Campus EMT Application for Admission and Application Process Information (Printable PDF)

North Campus EMT Physical Form

 

CENTRAL CAMPUS  - PARAMEDIC PROGRAM STUDENT OUTCOMES

THREE YEAR AVERAGE  2012 – 2014

Graduate (Retention) Rate 67%

All Attempts (6) Pass Rate on the written (cognitive)
Certification Exam (National Registry of EMT) 76%

All Attempts (6) Pass Rate on the practical (psychomotor)
Certification Exam (National Registry of EMT) 100%

Positive Placement Rate 36% 

The positive placement rate, as defined by CAAHEP based on graduates of the paramedic program who are reporting working in either a full-time or part-time position as a paramedic within twelve months of graduation, continuing their education, or serving in the military.

NORTH CAMPUS  - PARAMEDIC PROGRAM STUDENT OUTCOMES

THREE YEAR AVERAGE  2012 – 2014

Graduate (Retention) Rate 34.1%

All Attempts (6) Pass Rate on the written (cognitive)
Certification Exam (National Registry of EMT) 64.3%

All Attempts (6) Pass Rate on the practical (psychomotor)
Certification Exam (National Registry of EMT) 70%

Positive Placement Rate 68.4% 

The positive placement rate, as defined by CAAHEP based on graduates of the paramedic program who are reporting working in either a full-time or part-time position as a paramedic within twelve months of graduation, continuing their education, or serving in the military.

2015 Graduates First Time Pass Rate on the written (cognitive) Certification Exam (National Registry of EMT)      82%

2015 Graduates Pass Rate on the practical (psychomotor) Certification Exam (National Registry of EMT)              100%

Contact Information

Contact Info: 
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North Campus
Phone: 
281-459-7151
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Central Campus:
Phone: 
281-476-1862

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