If you are interested in becoming a paramedic, there are three educational facilities within the Maritime Provinces where you can study:
Medavie HealthEd (Dartmouth, Nova Scotia Campus and Monction, New Brunswick Campus, ) offers a Primary Care Paramedicine program (available full-time, on site for 10 months) and an Advanced Care Paramedicine program (available full-time on site, or part-time on site or via distance). For more information, pleaase contact Medavie HealthEd at 1-888-798-3888 or email@example.com.
Prince Edward Island’s Holland College (located in Charlottetown, PE) offers a Primary Care Paramedic program (available full-time, on site for 10 months), an Advanced Care Paramedic program (available full-time, on site or via distance [in selected locations] for 13 months), and an Advanced Care Paramedic – Distributed Learning program (available as a web-based option, up to 36 months).
Registered nurses who are interested in becoming part of the LifeFlight flight crew must initially meet all position requirements in our job postings. Once hired, nurses undergo a rigorous training program with our LifeFlight operations team to prepare them for the critical care flight environment. A certain number of missions must be completed as an observer before a nurse can officially go on a mission as a critical flight nurse. The timing of this process is dependent on the frequency and types of missions for which the helicopter is assigned. For more information, please contact our LifeFlight base at (902) 873-3657.
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