The PERCOM/Kilgore College Paramedic Consortium is accredited by the Commission on 
Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs 
( upon the recommendation of the Committee on 
Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical 
Services Professions (CoAEMSP).
Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs
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Clearwater, FL 33756

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EMT Paramedic Online

Class Description

Thank You for your interest in our Online EMT Paramedic Course. We are proud to offer one of the most advanced Paramedic courses available to  students. After completion of our course you will be well trained and prepared to deal with all levels of emergency situations that an Paramedic would encounter in the field of EMS. Because of the wide array of previous training that students may have, we have multiple Paramedic course offerings.  Please click on the Paramedic Class below that best describes your current training level.
Students with Military or other Medical Training please contact for program information.
Please Note: Upon acceptance into the EMT Paramedic course, be advised that access to the program cannot be granted until all required documentation has been received and verified. The documents needed to enter the EMT Paramedic are: a government issued photo I.D., American Heart Association Health Care Provider BLS AED/CPR ( click here )  and a copy of your Texas or NREMT EMT certification.


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This course is designed to meet and exceed the requirements for EMT Paramedic certification as set forth by Texas Department of State Health Services. Students enrolled in PERCOM's Online Paramedic Course will be cleared to take the NREMT EMT Intermediate Exam by PERCOM after successfully completing the requirements of Paramedic 1 and passing the Paramedic1 Final Exam.  You are not required to take the NREMT Intermediate Exam to continue through the course; it is offered as a choice for personnel that want to practice at the EMT Advanced/Intermediate level of certification while completing their Online Paramedic Course.   .

The course is designed to teach the depth and breadth of the 1999 Paramedic National Standard Curriculum.  Revisions are currently underway to ensure that the program continues to exceed the minimum standards set by the National EMS Scope of Practice Model.

Online Paramedic Classes Starting Daily

Percom's Online Paramedic Classes are open entry - open exit.  This means you start the Online Paramedic Course when you finish the registration process.  The course servers are operational 24/7 so you can work on the course on your schedule.  The course is completely self paced, you finish the course when you have completed all of the Paramedic Course Requirements.  


Online EMT Paramedic Course

Hands on Skills Instruction and Testing

 Our EMT Paramedic course requires Skills Practice Sessions and a Final Skills Testing Session which must be coordinated with us through one of our approved Paramedic Final Testing sites located state wide. The cost of the necessary sessions to complete the course are included in the base tuition.  These sites have hard dates set months in advance.  These dates are set based on student volume and availability and are subject to change. After demonstrating minimal skills competency , you will be allowed to begin their Hospital and EMS rotation portion of the online Paramedic course. Currently Paramedic clinical rotation sites are available throughout Texas click HERE to view an interactive map of our Paramedic clinical sites. After successful completion of your rotations you will be ready to take the National Registry Paramedic Exam.


Online EMT Paramedic Class


Our course utilizes Nancy Caroline's Emergency Care in the Streets Sixth Edition as our primary text, although you may utilize any current EMT Paramedic text.  You will also need supplemental Textbooks for 3-Lead ECG, 12-Lead ECG, ACLS and PALS.  We provide Basic Arrhythmias, Sixth Edition  and  12-Lead ECG in Acute Coronary Syndromes  as our ECG supplemental texts, however you may use any appropriate 3 and 12 lead text.  The only required texts are the ACLS Provider Manual and the PALS Course Guide  which are distributed solely by the American Heart Association.   If you already have some or all of the Textbooks, please contact for a reduced price invoice prior to paying for the course.
We recommend that students have a variety of reference materials as well as textbooks by other authors.  You can look in our Online Store for additional material that may be ordered and links to online reference material.

  EMT Paramedic Course 

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