Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)


Emergency Medical Technology – Paramedic student
Lane's EMT, AEMT and Paramedic Programs are accredited through the State Board of Education and the Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development.  The Paramedic Program is also nationally accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs  (CAAHEP.org

To Our Students: Please be informed that Lane Community College Division of Health Professions requires all students to submit appropriate personal information (such as immunization records, federal and state background checks, drug screens and others) to Certified Background Check, a company specializing in the collection and storage of student health care information. Submission of required documents must be accomplished prior to the beginning of classes. Both the drug screens and background checks must be clear (e.g. absence of positive results for narcotics, marijuana, alcohol and/or other illicit substances for drug screen) to ensure clinical placements and graduation from Health Profession programs. Specifics on required documents, costs, timelines, and how to access Certified Background Check, will be included in the letter of program acceptance and/or discussed at the Mandatory Program Orientation.
Dear Students:
Please be aware that you will be required to have a minimum 2.0 gpa at the time of graduation in order to graduate and receive your certificate or associate's degree from LCC. Please also be aware that only LCC courses count toward your final gpa.

What's the Emergency Medical Technology – Paramedic program at Lane like?
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