During this immersion experience for the student who has successfully completed all didactic portions of the program, the student acts as a paramedic under the supervision of a preceptor and as the team leader managing the scene, patient, and crew. Assessment is based on their ability to perform the functional job description of a paramedic; to coordinate and manage a scene and the patient; and to provide safe and effective care. This course must be completed prior to the start of the next term. Time is extended as needed to meet the objectives of the internship. Pass/No Pass.
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Minimum of 360 hours, maximum of 3 terms drive time