The morning class of ProAction EMT students is graduating on March 24th. They are the latest group to learn to provide emergency medical care to the sick, injured, or wounded. Part of their instruction was using their knowledge to respond to real-life 911 medical calls.
This class has 20 students, ten women and ten men, each bringing their own background and perspectives. What they have in common could be bravery, but the EMT students say it’s all about the patients.
“I can hardly wait to get out there and make a difference in people’s lives.”
– Bernadette Moore, EMS student and ProAction graduate
Each class is taught by professional paramedics with decades of combined experience. One instructor was a Fort Bliss helicopter paramedic, before that a firefighter, and now an instructor.
“The best part of educating the next generation of EMTs is helping pass on the desire to be educated in Emergency Medical Services,” Instructor Robert Watts said.
ProAction is accepting new EMT students. We welcome you to tour our facility to learn more about ProAction Emergency Services Institute. Call (915) 532-2771 or email us at [email protected] to get started.