Sampson Community College - EMS 4400 - Paramedic Initial, Part I of III

EMS-4400 EMT or AEMT to Paramedic HYBRID

January 18, 2022 – December 9, 2022


Searching for an online/hybrid EMT/AEMT to Paramedic Course?  Sampson Community College has developed a blend of challenging curriculum, experienced instruction and skills training, all taught in a supportive learning environment.

Sampson Community College EMS Program offers a highly interactive, web-based, hybrid EMT or AEMT Program that utilizes classroom and online course material to deliver a premium educational experience.  We are pleased to announce new clinical partners to include Sampson County Emergency Services, Sampson Community Hospital, Sampson County Health Department, and Harnett County Emergency Services.  We strive in educational excellence and provide multiple opportunities for a multifaceted clinical experience. 

Our EMS Program is proud to announce high fidelity simulation.  We have a simulation rig, two Ambu men, child HAL manikin and multiple variations of simulation equipment.  This will help to facilitate the learning environment for BLS and ALS students.

Students will be required to attend class, on main campus on an alternative flip/flop schedule twice a week.  Didactic components will be on MOODLE, seated, and will adhere to strict oversight.

Sampson Community College EMS Programs now utilize FISDAP for all clinical skills/labs tracking. 

Prerequisites, Requirement and Registration 2022

  1. Submit successful completion of an EMT Program and valid certification based on current National EMS Education Standards.
  2. Successful completion and valid certification for AHA – BLS CPR
  3. Submit proof of high school diploma or high school equivalency.
  4. If you have a college transcript with previous coursework and/or degree please submit a copy to Sampson Community College EMS Education by email:
  5. Students must make an appointment with the Program Director to interview for the program.  This MUST be done prior to enrollment.


  1. Students will be required to take BIO 3163 Anatomy & Physiology Part I and Part II, which is the same as BIO 168 & BIO 169 on curriculum.  Students will be fee exempt.

Register via link below:

  • You must bring the following items for registration:
    • Total tuition for this course is $180.00 (this will be fee exempt with letter of affiliation)
      • FISDAP Fee:          $194.25                 Castle Branch         $128.00 (Third Party Vendor: Health records,
      • Student Ins.                  .60                                                                background check & drug screen) This
      • Technology Fee         5.00                                                                fee is paid directly to the vendor.
      • Lab Fee                  12.00
      • Malpractice Ins.     16.00                    Uniforms:              Polo Shirt $20.00 (x 2)


  • Total $227.85 (if fee exempt) OR $407.85 (if NO exemption) payable to SCC.


  • Verification of eligible tuition waiver from agency or department if applicable.
  • Provide authorization to bill from employer or agency for invoice if paid by them.



Required Textbook:  AAOS Nancy Caroline’s Emergency Care in the Streets, 8th Ed.   2 Vol Set. ISBN:   9781284457025

Required Text:  12-Lead ECG The Art of Interpretation, 2nd Ed..   ISBN:  9780763773519

Opportunity Date: 
Tuesday, January 18, 2022 - 08:00 to Friday, December 9, 2022 - 17:00
Statewide (No County)
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