Release Date: 7/20/2010
Paramedic program graduates 16
St. Anthony's Medical Center’s Paramedic Program Graduates
After a year of intense classroom work and clinical/field internship rotations, 16 students graduated from St. Anthony’s Medical Center’s Paramedic Program on July 15.
Pictured are, back row, from left: Rob Farr; Mark Kendall; Jimmy Cripps; Matt Pott; Ben Furrer; Brad Bishop; Jake Ballman; Jeremy Walter; Nick Calderon; and Stephen Boyce; front row, from left: John Romeo, R.N., B.S.N., C.C.E.M.T-P, coordinator/instructor; Tom Riley; Josh Moonier; Kristen Noack; Matt Ruhland; Jonathan Boehm; Jeff Payton; and Stephanie Buck, EMT-P, clinical coordinator.
St. Anthony’s Paramedic Program, accredited through the St. Louis Community College, is one of the most successful programs in the state. Students complete a year of prerequisites to be eligible to apply to the program, then complete more than 1,000 hours of class work and 750 clinical hours. Graduates earn an Associate Degree in Applied Science in Paramedic Technology and are eligible to take the National Registry Exam for EMT-Paramedics, a nationally recognized license. For more information on the program, call Charlene Jansen, 314-644-9925.
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