Prospective Paramedic Candidate,
Welcome to the New England EMS Institute! NEEMSI has been a part of the EMS community for over 30 years and we continue to pride ourselves in educating all levels of EMS and training many EMS providers throughout New England. I want to take this opportunity to welcome you to our school and provide some information to you regarding the paramedic program process.
Paramedic is the highest level of pre-hospital care. Paramedics are trained members of the health- care community often responsible for bringing life-saving diagnostic and treatments to the patient at the scene of an emergency. The Paramedic has extensive training in pre-hospital pharmacology, advanced patient assessment, advanced airway and cardiac management, trauma management, and the pathophysiology and management of shock.
The scope of practice of the paramedic is rapidly expanding thus creating a number of new employment opportunities. Our nationally accredited, 1,200 hour, 16-month long Paramedic Program is maintained and supported by clinically experienced EMS Educators and Paramedics. Our Clinical Coordinator organizes the intensive clinical and field rotations at over 50 hospitals and ALS EMS services across New England. Graduates of our program are eligible for 34 college credit hours with Granite State College or 35 credit hours with New Hampshire Technical Institute.
It is NEEMSI’s goal to prepare entry-level Paramedics with the knowledge, practical skills, and behaviors necessary to provide quality patient care. Our program includes Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, International Trauma Life Support, 12 lead ECG interpretation, capnography, and the latest New Hampshire Transition Modules. Students who successfully complete our paramedic program with an overall average of 80%, are eligible to take the National Registry of EMTs examination and subsequently apply for state licensure. Our program is approved by the New Hampshire state EMS office and we are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.
New England EMS Institute is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP).
Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP)
25400 U.S. Highway 19 North, Suite 158
Clearwater, FL 33763
Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP)
8301 Lakeview Parkway, Suite 111-312
Rowlett, TX 75088
2019 - 71.4%
2020 - 97.5%
Cummulative Pass Rate
2019 - 91.4%
2020 - 96.9%
Positive Job Placement
2019 - 100%
2020 - 100%
After applying with our web form we will send you a list of additional documents and schedule an interview. Admission into our program is not guaranteed the application fee is non-refundable but does apply toward your tuition.
Copy – Current certification card for National Registry of EMT’s (minimum EMT)
Copy – Current certification card for American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Provider
Copy – High school diploma or GED
Letter of recommendation from chief officer in charge or designee of your current organization.
Letter of recommendation from EMS Medical Director
Resume (Please add any college courses that you have taken)
Letter of Intent as to why you want to be a paramedic
Documentation of a minimum of 100 EMS calls. This can be a printed-out list from TEMSIS
Copy – 5 Patient Care Reports (QA Protected) written by the applicant. This can be a printed-out from TEMSIS
Paramedic Program Prerequisites:
Current certification at the EMT/AEMT level with minimum of 1 year experience
American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Provider Card
High School Diploma or GED
Documentation of 100 EMS calls (include 5 QA protected EMS runs)
Letter of recommendations from your service director AND EMS medical director
Paramedic entrance assessment (written exam & BLS skills station)
Documentation of required immunizations
Measles, Mumps and Rubella:
Two documented MMR vaccines or
Positive Titers for immunity for Measles, Mumps and Rubella
Two documented Varicella Vaccines or
Positive Titer for immunity or
Documented date of disease by a provider
Positive Titer for immunity including but not required 3 series vaccinations or
Hepatitis B Declination Waiver (If you elect this, I will send you the Declination to be signed)
Tdap or Td within ten years
Yearly documented influenza vaccine
2 step Mantoux test or
T-Spot or Quantiferon Gold
above within one year
Paramedic Entrance Test
$14,000 ($150 non-refundable application fee included)
ALS Practical Exam Fee
ALS Written Exam Fee
Students must successfully complete all requirements in order to graduate. Additional information related to clinical rotations can be found in the Clinical Manual for Paramedic Program.
An average grade of 80% or higher on each module
An average pharmacology grade of 80% or higher at each checkpoint
An overall course grade of 80% or higher
Completion of Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) (prior to starting mod 5)
Completion of Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) (prior to starting mod 6)
Completion of International Trauma Life Support (ITLS) (prior to starting mod 8)
Verification of all basic skills competencies
Verification of advanced skills competencies
Completion of a minimum of 348 hours of Hospital clinical rotation with associated skills.
Completion of a minimum of 300 hours Field Internship and Capstone Internship