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Emergency Medical Services

The Blinn College District Associate of Applied Science Degree and Paramedic Certificate include knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to recognize, assess, and manage medical emergencies under the supervision and direction of a physician. Students completing coursework in these programs are eligible to take the Texas certification or licensing exams and/or the National Registry exam.

Blinn is a leader among Emergency Medical Services (EMS) educational institutions. The EMS Program is intended for students who wish to receive a high-quality education experience and desire to dedicate themselves to careers in emergency medical services.

The Blinn College District Emergency Medical Services 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 (CoAEMSP).


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Blinn College District accepting applications for more than $400,000 in endowed scholarships Blinn College District accepting applications for more than $400,000 in endowed scholarships

Scholarships are available to students from a wide range of backgrounds, majors, and interests

Blinn Paramedic Program recognizes 19 graduates with pinning ceremony Blinn Paramedic Program recognizes 19 graduates with pinning ceremony

Real-world scenarios prepare students to serve the community and save lives

Local firefighter discovers passion for emergency medical services through Blinn's Paramedic Program Local firefighter discovers passion for emergency medical services through Blinn's Paramedic Program

'This program teaches us to care for patients as though they were our family,' says Schuyler Holcomb