Emergency Medical Services-EMT/Paramedicine

The Emergency Medical Service programs at Grayson College offer three levels of EMS education: the EMT Certificate of Completion, the paramedic Certificate of Completion and the Associate of Applied Science in Paramedicine.

At each program level, students gain additional knowledge and skills to enable them to function in clinical and field settings with physicians, nurses, firefighters and other healthcare professionals. In the classroom, students learn about anatomy and physiology, the pathophysiology of diseases, traumatic injuries, pharmacology and cardiac care of all age groups. Students acquire practical and field skills through laboratory practice, simulatio, clinical experience in hospitals and experience with ambulance services. EMS personnel must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED. 

Successful completion of an EMS Program will prepare the student to sit for Texas licensure and for the National Registry Certification exam to work as an Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic.

Core Performance Standards/Physical and Mental Capabilities

EMS personnel must have the ability to communicate verbally via telephone and radio equipment, ability to lift, carry and balance up to 125 pounds (250 pounds with assistance); ability to interpret written, oral and diagnostic instructions; ability to use good judgment and remain calm in high-stress situations; ability to work effectively in an environment with loud noises and flashing lights; ability to function efficiently throughout an entire work shift; ability to calculate weight and volume ratios and read small print, under life threatening time constraints; ability to read and understand English language manuals and road maps; ability to accurately discern street signs and address numbers; ability to interview patient, family members and bystanders; ability to document, in writing, all relevant information in prescribed format in light of legal ramifications of such; ability to converse in English with coworkers and hospital staff as to status of patients.  EMS personnel should possess good manual dexterity, with ability to perform all tasks related to highest quality patient care.  Ability to bend, stoop and crawl on uneven terrain and ability to withstand varied environmental conditions such as extreme heat, cold and moisture is vital.  The ability to work in low light, confined spaces and other dangerous environments is required.

Certificate Degree Options

Emergency Medical Technician – Certificate of Completion

The EMT must demonstrate competency in handling emergencies utilizing all Basic Life Support equipment and skills in accordance with all behavioral objectives in the Department of Transportation/ EMT Basic curriculum. The course includes classroom, laboratory, hospital and field instruction which shall include supervised experiences in the emergency department and with a licensed EMS provider and other appropriate settings. This course can be completed in one semester. 

Paramedic – Certificate of Completion

The minimum curriculum includes all content required by the current national paramedic education standards and competencies as defined by the Department of Transportation which address the following areas: roles and responsibilities of the paramedic; well-being of the paramedic; illness and injury prevention; medical/ legal issues; ethics; general principles of pathophysiology; pharmacology; venous access and medication administration; therapeutic communications; life span development; patient assessment; airway management and ventilation, including endotracheal intubation; and trauma. The course includes classroom, laboratory, hospital and field instruction which shall include supervised experiences in the emergency department, critical care areas, and with a licensed EMS provider and other appropriate settings.

Paramedic – Associate of Applied Science

The Associate of Applied Science degree is identical to the Certificate of Completion for the Paramedic, but also includes the general education coursework required to be awarded the 60 hour Associate of Applied Science degree in Paramedicine.

Admissions Requirements

Detailed information about the programs is provided in Application Packets, available by sending an email request to hixch@grayson.edu. The applicant should request the EMT application or Paramedic application. Completion of this packet is required for all applicants.

General Admission Guidelines

Students applying to the EMS program must first apply for admission to Grayson College and submit all required documentation to the Admissions Offices.  See GC Catalog “General Academic Policies, Admissions” for more information. Admission ot he college does not guarantee admission to the EMS programs. In addition to the admission requirements of Grayson College, the applicant must be 18 years of age and possess a high school diploma or GED 180 days post course completion.

To be considered for acceptance into the EMS program, applicants must submit application to the EMS Education Program, with required documentation attached, by the deadline posted in the EMS Application Packet.  Applications will not be accepted until all required documentation is attached.  Incomplete applications will be returned to the student without consideration. 

Application Documentation Required of All EMS Applicants:

  1. Completed pplication for admission to EMT or Paramedic program (available by emailing hixch@grayson.edu)
  2. Completed verification statement (in packet)
  3. Pre-Entrance Physical Exam and Health Statement completed by approved medical professional
  4. Copy of transcripts from all previously attended colleges or universities. Turn in to the GC Admissions Office official transcripts from all colleges previusly attended. Turn in to the EMS program unofficial transcripts.
  5. Documentation of immunization* as follows:
    • Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis (Tdap) - One dose of the tetanus/diptheria/pertussis (Tdap) immunization within the last 10 years
    • Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) (Immunization or blood test proving immunity) - If born after Jan. 1, 1957, must have proof of two doses of the MMR vaccine administered on or after the first (1st) birthday and at least 30 days apart or proof of serologic immunity
    • Varicella (Chickenpox) (Immunization or blood test proving immunity) - Series of two Varicella vaccines at least 30 dayas apart or proof of serologic immunity 
    • Hepatitis B (Immunization or blood test proving immunity) - Series of three Hepatitis B vaccines or proof of serologic immunity
    • Influenza Vaccine - Annual influenza immunization as recommended by the CDD in the fall of each year.

Due to compliance with clinical facility requirements and the Texas Department of Health recommendations, GC Health Science programs may not waiver immunization requirements for any reason. If immunizations are not complete, application to the program must be delayed.

Copies of records from physician's offices, public health department, public schools, other colleges and the military are acceptable. Students should provide a copy of the records. Please do not turn in the originals.

Additional Application Documentation Required for Paramedic Candidates:

  1. Copy of college or university transcript showing completed, EMT Basic course work.  If not completed at a college or university, attach copy of Course Completion Certificate showing classroom, clinical, and ambulance hours.
  2. Copy of current EMT certificate or license issued by one of the following:  State of Texas or National Registry of EMTs.
  3. Copy of current CPR for Healthcare Provider card issued by the American Heart Association.
  4. Documentation of FISDAP Paramedic Entrance Exam Scores.

Note: It is the responsibility of the student to maintain EMT and CPR for Healthcare Provider certifications throughout the paramedic course to remain eligible for clinical practice.

Selection and Acceptance Procedure

EMT Certificate of Completion Selection and Acceptance:

Registration in EMT courses is by permission only. Once all EMT admission requirements have been submitted to the EMS Department, an email will be sent giving permission to enroll inEMT courses. Applications for Emergency Medical Technician courses, including dual credit courses received before the last date of registration for the desired semester will be reviewed for the required documentation listed above. Applicants who submit all required documents before the last date of registration for the semester will be granted permission to register. Applications will not be acepted after the last date of registration. 

Paramedic Selection and Acceptance:

Applications for Paramedic courses received by the published deadline will be reviewed for the required documentation listed above by the EMS Admissions Committee during the five days immediately following the deadline.  Only complete applications will be considered for selection.

Applications will be prioritized for selection to the Paramedic Course Waiting List using the applicant’s score on the FISDAP entrance exam.

Applicants with the highest score will be selected for the waiting list first.  In the case where applicants having equal scores must be chosen for limited space availability, the selection will be made by the EMS Admissions Committee and/or Program Director.

Applicants will be notified regarding selection or non-selection by telephone or email, or both, at least five (5) days prior to the scheduled orientation.

Should more applications be received than seats available, the waiting list will be maintained until the first class day.  Any remaining applications will be destroyed.  

Final Acceptance Requirements   

  1. Attend a scheduled mandatory orientation day on campus.
    • EMT orientation is scheduled for the first class day
    • Paramedic orientation is published in the Paramedic Application Packet
  2. Pass a urine drug screen (at the student’s expense and completed as scheduled through a GC approved company).
  3. Pass a criminal background check (at the student’s expense and completed as scheduled through a GC approved company).
  4. Documentation of clinical readiness (Completion of immunizations and required medical exam).

Eligibility for Certification or Licensure

Eligibility for Certification with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT)

The National Registry does not issue a permit to work or license to practice, and does not warrant job performance of applicants and EMS professionals.

  • No individual is eligible to apply for certification or recertification unless compliance with all NREMT rules and standards are demonstrated.
  • The individual must truthfully complete and submit an application in the form provided by the NREMT and shall provide all additional information as requested.
  • The individual must at all times be eligible for and not barred from practice as an Emergency Medical Technician under the laws of any state EMS licensing or authorizing agency.
  • An individual convicted of a felony or any other crime directly related to public health or the provision of emergency medical service, including DUI, will be reviewed for eligibility for certification and recertification under policies outlined in the NREMT's Felony Policy.
  • The NREMT reserves the right to withhold or revoke certification from an individual who has failed to pay for services rendered.

Eligibility for Certification with the Texas Department of State Health Services

All initial EMS applicants are required to submit their fingerprints through the Fingerprint Applicant Services of Texas (FAST) for Texas/FBI criminal history check. A person shall be disqualified from eligibility to acquire an EMS certification if the applicant is convicted of or placed on deferred adjudication community supervision or deferred disposition for an offense listed in Code of Criminal Procedure, Article 42.12, Sections 3g(a)(1)(A) through (H) as follows: (1) murder; (2) capital murder; (3) indecency with a child; (4) aggravated kidnapping; (5) aggravated sexual assault; (6) aggravated robbery; (7) substance abuse offenses, as described in Health and Safety Code, Chapter 481, for which punishment is increased under: (a) Health and Safety Code, §481.140, regarding the use of a child in the commission of an offense; or (b) Health and Safety Code, §481.134(c), (d), (e) or (f), regarding an offense committed within a drug free zone, if it is shown that the defendant has been previously convicted of an offense for which punishment was increased under one of those subsections; (8) sexual assault; (9) an offense, other than an offense committed on or after September 1, 2009, for which the person is subject to register as a sex offender under Code of Criminal Procedure, Chapter 62. 

Transfer of EMT Coursework 

Students who completed EMT coursework at a college or university other than GC must submit official transcripts from each college or university previously attended to the GC Office of Admissions and Records, and submit a copy (official or unofficial) of the transcript attached to the EMS Admissions Application. EMT coursework completed via continuing education or a training site other than a college or university must be approved by the Director of EMS Education for credit award. Minimum documentation required for the approval process includes a copy of the initial course completion certificate showing classroom, clinical, and ambulance hours. 

Application Information

Paramedic Program - Fall 2017 semester - Aug. 1, 2017

EMT Program - Fall 2017 semester - Aug. 4, 2017

EMT Program - Spring 2018 semester- Jan. 4, 2018

Contact information regarding program accreditation

The Grayson College EMS program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (www.coaemsp.org) with the goal "to prepare competent entry-level Paramedics in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains with or without exit points at the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician and/or Emergency Medical Technician, and/or Emergency Medical Responder levels."

Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for theEmergency Medical Services Profession (CoAEMSP)
8301 Lakeview Parkway, Suite 111-213
Rowlett, Texas
214-703-8445
www.coemsp.org

Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
25400 U.S. Highway 19 North, Suite 158
Clearwater, FL 33763
727-210-2350
www.caahep.org

National Registry (NREMT) Pass Rate (2012-2014 average) 86%

Program Retention Rate (2012-2014 average) 63%

Job Placement Rate (from Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (2012-2014 average) 100%

Associate of Applied Science - Paramedicine

The Associate of Applied Science degree in Paramedicine follows the National EMS Standards (2009) curriculum which assists students in acquiring the knowledge and skills to function as beginning practitioners in emergency medical services at the advanced level. Students receive classroom instruction and supervised hospital clinical and coordinated ambulance clinical experience in the emergency care of patients. A grade of “C” or better is necessary in each EMSP course to progress.  Upon successful completion of this program, students will receive an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Paramedicine and may be eligible to sit for the National Registry examination to become certified or licensed Paramedics. The National Certified Paramedic who has earned an associate degree in Paramedicine may be eligible to apply for Licensed Paramedic with the Texas Department of State Health Services. The Department of State Health Services and/or the National Registry of EMTs may deny certification or licensure to individuals who have been convicted of a misdemeanor and/or felony.


Subject

Semester Hours



First Semester - Fall

BIOL 2404 4
ENGL 1301 3
SPCH 1311, 1315 or 1321 3
Elective 2

12


Second Semester - Spring

Social/Behavior Science Core 3
Lang, Phil, Culture/Creative Arts 3
Math, Life & Physical Science Core 3
AA/AS COA Core 3

12


Third Semester - Fall

EMSP 1338 3
EMSP 1356 3
EMSP 1355 3
EMSP 2206 2
EMSP 1149 1
EMSP 2137 1

13


Fourth Semester - Winter Mini

EMSP 1161 1

1


Fifth Semester - Spring
EMSP 2444 4
EMSP 2434 4
EMSP 2330 3
EMSP 2237 2
EMSP 1147 1
EMSP 2135 1

15


Sixth Semester - Spring Mini
EMSP 2162 1

1


Seventh Semester - Summer I
EMSP 2563 5

5


Eighth Semester - Summer II
EMSP 2143 1

1

Capstone Requirement: All students must complete the capstone requirement:  Pass capstone examination.

Note: EMSP courses listed in each semester must be taken simultaneously and must be taken in the sequence identified in the degree plan.

The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Paramedicine requires that the fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth semester Paramedic courses be successfully completed at GC.

Certificate in Paramedicine

The Certificate of Completion in Paramedicine follows the National EMS Education Standards (2009) curriculum which assists students in acquiring the knowledge and skills to function as beginning practitioners in emergency medical services at the advanced level. Students receive classroom instruction and supervised hospital clinical and coordinated ambulance clinical experience. A grade of “C” or better is necessary in each EMSP course to progress. Upon completion of this program, students will receive a Certificate of Completion in Paramedicine Award from Grayson College and may be eligible to sit for the National Registry examination to become certified at the Advanced EMT (AEMT) or Paramedic levels. The Nationally Certified AEMT may be eligible to apply for EMT/Intermediate licensure with the Texas Department of State Health Services. The Nationally Certified Paramedic may be eligible to apply for EMT/Paramedic licensure with the Texas Department of State Health Services. The Department of State Health Services and/or the National Registry of EMTs may deny certification to individuals who have been convicted of a misdemeanor and/or felony.


Subject

Semester Hours



First Semester - Fall

EMSP 1338 3
EMSP 1356 3
EMSP 1355 3
EMSP 2206 2
EMSP 2137 1
EMSP 1149 1

13


Second Semester - Winter Mini

EMSP 1161 1

1


Third Semester - Spring

EMSP 2444 4
EMSP 2434 4
EMSP 2330 3
EMSP 2237 2
EMSP 1147 1
EMSP 2135 1

15


Fourth Semester - Spring Mini

EMSP 2162 1

1


Fifth Semester - Summer I
EMSP 2563 5

5


Sixth Semester - Spring Mini
EMSP 2143 1

1


Capstone Requirement: All students must complete the capstone requirement:  Pass capstone examination.

Note: EMSP courses listed in each semester must be taken simultaneously and must be taken in the sequence identified in the degree plan.

The GC Certificate of Completion in Paramedicine requires that the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth semester Paramedic courses be successfully completed at GC.



Certification of Completion - EMT

The Certificate of Completion- EMT follows the National EMS Education Standards (2009) curriculum which assists students in acquiring the knowledge and skills to function as beginning practitioners in emergency medical services at the basic level. Students receive classroom instruction and supervised hospital clinical and coordinated ambulance clinical experience. A grade of “C” or better is necessary in each EMSP course to progress. Upon completion of this program, students will receive a Certificate of Completion-EMT from Grayson College and may be eligible to sit for the National Registry examination to become certified at the EMT level. The Nationally Certified EMT may be eligible to apply for EMT/Basic licensure with the Texas Department of State Health Services. The Texas Department of State Health Services and/or the National Registry of EMTs may deny certification to individuals who have been convicted of a misdemeanor and/or felony.

Individuals not seeking a Level One Certificate of Completion can complete the nine (9) hours of EMSP coursework to be eligible to test for the NREMT certificate exam.



Subject

Semester Hours



First Semester - Fall or Spring
AA/AS CAO Core 3
EMSP 1501 5
EMSP 1160 1
EMSP 2305 3
BIOL 2404 4

16


Capstone Requirement: All students must complete the capstone requirement:  Pass capstone examination.

Note: EMSP courses listed in each semester must be taken simultaneously and must be taken in the sequence identified in the degree plan.

*The Nationally Certified EMT may be eligible to apply for EMT/Basic licensure with the Texas Department of State Health Service.

Students earning an Associate of Applied Science Degree at Grayson College must complete fifteen semester hours of a general education core. The core courses are distributed as follows:                                                                                                     

Mathematics/Life and Physical Sciences (3 hours)

MATH 1314 College Algebra                                                         

MATH 1324 Mathematics for Business & Social Sciences

MATH 1332 Contemporary Mathematics I

MATH 1342 Elementary Statistical Methods            

MATH 2312 Pre-Calculus Math

BIOL 1306/1106 Biology for Science Majors I

BIOL 1307/1107 Biology for Science Majors II

BIOL 1308/1108 Biology for Non-Science Majors I

BIOL 1309/1109 Biology for Non-Science Majors II

BIOL 1414 Introduction to Biotechnology I

BIOL 2301/2101 Anatomy & Physiology I

BIOL 2302/2102 Anatomy & Physiology II

BIOL 2404 Anatomy & Physiology (specialized, single-semester course, lecture + lab)

BIOL 2320/2120 Microbiology for Non-Science Majors

BIOL 2321/2121 Microbiology for Science Majors

CHEM 1406 Introductory Chemistry I (lecture + lab, allied health emphasis)

CHEM 1311/1111 General Chemistry I

CHEM 1312/1112 General Chemistry II

GEOL 1301/1101 Earth Sciences for Non-Science Majors I

GEOL 1303/1103 Physical Geology

GEOL 1304/1104 Historical Geology

GEOL 1305/1105 Environmental Science

Social and Behavioral Science (3 hours)

CRIJ 1307 Crime in America

ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON 2302 Principles of Macroeconomics

GEOG 1303 World Regional Geography

GOVT 2305 Federal Government

GOVT 2306 Texas Government

HIST 1301 United States History I

HIST 1302 United States History II

PSYC 2301 General Psychology

PSYC 2314 Lifespan, Growth & Development

SOCI 1301 Introduction to Sociology

SOCI 1306 Social Problems

Language, Philosophy, Culture/Creative Arts (3 hours)

ARTS 1301 Art Appreciation

DRAM 1310 Stagecraft I

HUMA 1301 Introduction to the Humanities

HUMA 1302 Introduction to the Humanities II

MUSI 1306 Music Appreciation

PHIL 1301 Introduction to Philosophy

Component Area Option (6 hours) 

EDUC OR PSYC 1300 Learning Frameworks           

SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech Communication

SPCH 1315 Public Speaking

SPCH 1321 Business & Professional Communication

ENGL 1301 Composition I

ENGL 1302 Composition II

ENGL 2311 Technical and Business Writing

SPAN 1411 Beginning Spanish I

SPAN 1412 Beginning Spanish II

**Any of the courses listed above in the previous Component Areas may be used for the hours toward the Component Area Option.

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Last updated: 08/31/2017