SPC faculty member Paul Serino has published a new book to help those interested in pursuing a career as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Paramedic.
St. Petersburg College student Tyler Nastasiak has logged more than 200 hours with the American Red Cross as part of the organization’s disaster relief efforts.
Compassion and empathy are key requirements in the EMS field where many calls are successfully handled with not just skills but a friendly face.
The Florida Association of Emergency Medical Services Educators has named SPC instructor Ted Rogers EMT Instructor of the Year. He also received the award in 2003.
SPC Midtown will be offering this exciting EMT training course during the upcoming spring semester at the Cecil B. Keene Center. Application deadline extended until Oct. 1, 2017.
The state-of-the-art monitoring devices provide opportunities for EMS students to simulate cardiac rhythm recognition and interpretation.
SPC’s EMS programs receive Laerdal Medical’s MegaCode Kelly manikins.
The SPC College of Health Sciences Emergency Medical Services program team members would like to offer our thanks to our area’s EMS providers who care for our citizens and visitors 24/7, 365 days a year.
In order for Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) graduates to work in the state of Florida, they must first pass a licensing exam to earn this credential. Recently, over 35 EMT graduates participated in a EMT exam prep class to help them acquire the best tips and tricks to utilize while studying for this important exam. … Continue reading EMT graduates prep for National Registry exam
The College of Health Sciences and the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) department is so proud of our summer Paramedic and EMT graduates! These students have been called to care, and we look forward to the lives they will change, the difference they will make, and the leaders they will become in the world of EMS … Continue reading Congratulations EMS Graduates!