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Emergency Medical Services

Health Care Professions career cluster

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) programs are designed to train you to provide fast and efficient emergency medical care to the sick and injured both at the scene and during their subsequent transport to the hospital.

To be successful, emergency medical professionals must demonstrate:

  • High level of ethics and morals
  • Desire to provide the best possible medical care
  • Sound judgment and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent physical conditioning
  • Ability to work well on a team and under pressure
  • Excellent communication and leadership skills
  • Strong math and science background

Selective Admission Paramedic Programs

Open Enrollment Program

 

Contact

Jeff McDonald, Coordinator EMS Program
817-515-6448
jeff.mcdonald@tccd.edu

Northeast Campus
Health Sciences Department
Building NHSC, Room 1131
828 W. Harwood Road
Hurst, TX 76054
817-515-6435
817-515-6054
health.sciences@tccd.edu

Debra Krebs, Career and Technical Education Advisor
NFAC, Room 1109
817-515-6245
debra.krebs@tccd.edu

Career Coach: Employment Outlook

Updated August 10, 2016