Students enrolled in the Emergency Medical Care (EMC) Programs receive excellent training in the assessment and treatment of the sick and injured. EMC students are not only prepared academically; experienced faculty bring a wealth of practical information that prepares students to begin a career in Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Courses range from Basic First Aid and CPR, through Emergency Medical Responder (EMR), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and Paramedic.
The SRJC's Paramedic Academy is nationally accredited. It is an intensive yearlong program that includes three components: classroom, clinical (in hospital), and field internship. Paramedic students can achieve an Associate Degree in Paramedicine, by completing the Academy, its Prerequisites and General Education requirements.
EMS personnel receive in-service training and certification renewal credits in the areas of Emergency Vehicle Operations, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Life Support, and more.
How to Register
- Students may register for any EMC course (other than Continuing Education courses and the Paramedic Academy on-line.) at this site https://www.santarosa.edu/admissions
- Paramedic Academy registration is dependent on pre-requisite approval. Please visit the following webpage for more information https://pstc.santarosa.edu/paramedic
- The Emergency Medical Care Department can be contacted via the following routes.
** NOTE: STUDENTS REGISTERING FOR EMC 103 (EMT Basic) MUST BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE AT THE START OF CLASS..... NO EXCEPTIONS
EMC e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
EMC direct phone: (707) 836-2921