Why Choose The Denver Health Paramedic - EMS Education EMT Program?
The Paramedic Division at Denver Health Medical Center responds to over 100,000 calls per year. Our EMT students get the opportunity to learn in a high-volume, fast paced urban setting, gaining practical experience unmatched by any other EMT program in Colorado. Ride alongs with the Denver Health Paramedic Division promise exposure to a wide variety of clinical situations. During the course, students receive over 200 hours of both didatic and skills training from paramedics who actively work in the field. In addition, EMT students have the opportunity to complete a shift in one of the busiest emergency departments in the region with both adult and pediatric trauma capabilities.
The Denver Health Paramedics EMT training program follows the National Emergency Medical Services Education Standards and is designed to teach students basic medical skills needed to respond in an emergency situation. Once completed you are elgibile to test for the Colorado State EMT certification.
Regular Schedule Course: Begins January 23, 2018 and ends 05/12/2018. This course runs Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6pm-10pm. Cost: $1600.00 This fee includes books, clinical rides and NREMT practical exam. The written NREMT test is the responsibility of the student. THIS CLASS IS FULL.
Accelerated Course: Begins 01/23/2018 and ends 03/13/2018. This course runs Monday - Friday from 8am-5pm. Cost is $1900.00. This fee includes books, clinical rides and NREMT practical exam. The written NREMT test is the responsibility of the student.
There are a number of options available for financial assistance. We encourage you to explore these options and apply for anything that fits your needs.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to enroll in the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) grant to further supplement their tuition for the EMS Education Institute.
US Department Of Veterans Affairs
The Denver Health Paramedic School is a US Department of Veteran's Affairs approved school for both the Montgomery GI Bill and the Post 9/11 GI Bill.
Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment CREATE Grant Program
CREATE assists private and public organizations in improving and expanding the emergency medical and trauma system in Colorado. Applicants must have as their purpose the provision of emergency medical and trauma services in Colorado to be eligible. This grant is intended to provide funding for education and training for emergency medical and trauma services.
Bound Tree Medical Legacy Scholarship
Bound Tree Medical has assisted children of EMTs and Firefighters interested in becoming EMTs, or furthering their certification by becoming Paramedics. Scholarships are awarded nationwide for those who fit the eligibility criteria and are interested in pursuing a state approved certification program
There are a number of options available for financial assistance.We encourage you to explore these options and apply for anything that fits your needs.