Emergency Medical Services Provider (Certificate)
The Emergency Medical Services Provider Certificate Program is designed for both the career and volunteer provider.
This new certificate will require students to complete the SUNY general education courses which are available at all campuses. This certificate will also ensure that the student completes core development courses in math, science, humanities, social science, EMT and other fields to be better rounded students and lifelong learners.
The Emergency Medical Services Provider certificate, in conjunction with successful completion of the Paramedic certificate, will enable the student to receive a SUNY Associate of Applied Science degree.
Pre-Admission Recommendations: Basic EMT Course
Individuals must be 17 years old to receive New York State EMT certification.
Applicants must be physically fit in order to provide pre-hospital emergency medical care.
Applicants must not have any felony convictions or current charges.
American Heart Association Basic Life Support Healthcare Provider
New York State Health Department, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services, Basic Emergency Medical Technician