Emergency Medical Services Department

About Us

Our EMS programs offer experience and educational quality.

NPC has long recognized having a trained and qualified emergency medical services workforce is critical to the communities it serves in Northeastern Arizona. The college has offered emergency medical training (EMT) courses for over three decades. NPC provides courses and programs that range through CPR/First Aid and First Responder to two levels of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) certification: EMT-Basic and Paramedic. And once you are certified, NPC offers advanced life support courses.

The EMS Department does not offer advanced placement, transfer for credit, or experiential learning.

Our faculty is dedicated
to your success.

Our EMS courses are taught by highly qualified faculty members who have thousands of hours of actual field experience. They are dedicated to training you to become a highly skilled paramedic or EMT who can meet the challenges of this critical occupational field. Feel confident that you are receiving a quality education at an affordable price.

Northland Pioneer College's Paramedic
Program is accredited by the
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CAAHEP Accreditation for Paramedics: “To prepare competent entry-level Paramedics in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills), and affective (behavior) learning domains with or without exit points at the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician and/or Emergency Medical Technician, and/or Emergency Medical Responder levels.”

Why Study EMT?

Few careers are as exciting
or challenging!

If you are emotionally stable, have good dexterity, agility and physical coordination, and are able to lift and carry heavy loads you might consider the career field of paramedicine. As an EMT-Basic or paramedic, you are trained to care for and transport sick and injured persons to a medical facility. You may face life and death situations as extreme as car wrecks, gunshot wounds and heart attacks. The stress of having people’s lives depend on your quick decision-making and immediate medical treatment can be enormous. Even so, many people find great satisfaction in this challenging career that offers an opportunity to help so many others. And, as an added bonus, job growth opportunities for EMTs and paramedics is forecast to increase 24 percent through 2024. 

Ask your self:

  • Are you self-confident, emotionally stable, have good judgment, a tolerance for high stress, a pleasant personality and the ability to deal with adverse social situations?

Contact Us

White Mountain Campus, Show Low
Goldwater Building, Rm. 122

(800) 266-7845 ext. 6715
(928) 532-6184