Center for MEDICS uses a variety of educational approaches, including interactive lectures, experiential, lab-based, and clinical/field-based learning techniques, to provide paramedic students with unique opportunities to develop the clinical sophistication they will need in their EMS careers.
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Pro EMS Center for MEDICS offers continuing education for current emergency medical professionals. You do not have to be enrolled in the paramedic program in order to participate in these continuing education and professional development opportunities. We are accredited by NREMT and CECBEMS.
Pro EMS Center for MEDICS has been named New England’s first Authorized Training Center for The Difficult Airway Course. This course is the EMS industry leader in educating emergency medical service providers on difficult airway management.
Background I grew up in the small town of Millville, MA. I became and EMT and studied Nursing at Rhode Island College in Providence. However, I decided to transfer to the University of Massachusetts in Lowell to study Criminal Justice to hopefully become a police officer and fire
I spent much of my early childhood in Korea, but grew up in Bedford, MA. Now, I am a sophomore in Art History at Amherst College and I am taking a year off to pursue my EMS certification. At Amherst, I received my EMT certificate and have served on the Amherst College Emergency
I am a first generation American. My parents immigrated to the Boston area before I was born. I always wanted to be a First Responder because I could see the importance of the work, and knew I was not suited for a regular full-time desk job. I enrolled at Bunker Hill Community Co
I was born and raised in Southern California. I came to the Boston area to train at Pro EMS Center for MEDICS. It has always been my dream to help people and make a difference in the local community, so I can help those who struggle and maybe make this a better world.