Curious about the UCLA Paramedic Program?
Want to see if our teaching style inspires you?
Well, then join us as a guest in a paramedic class lecture!
Come hear renowned educator, Dr. Baxter Larmon, teach the current class about Research in Prehospital Care.
The lecture is completely free to you. And if you are an eligible EMT, you can even earn some free CE.
Registration for the lecture is FREE and on a first-come first-served basis.
Seating is very limited so don't delay! See you in class!
What else you should know?
Upcoming UCLA Paramedic Program application deadlines:
- for the Jan 2012 course it is July 15, 2011
- for the May 2012 course it is Nov 10, 2011
Click here if you want to download the paramedic program application.
And if you haven't attended one of our Student Information Sessions - you still can! Our information session focuses on the UCLA Paramedic Program (formerly known as Daniel Freeman School) and is for current EMTs looking to apply to the paramedic program within the following 3-6 months.
Click here if you also want to register for the Student Information Session on June 28th!
When & Where
UCLA Center for Prehospital Care
Founded in 1988, the UCLA Center for Prehospital Care at the David Geffen School of Medicine, is the leading emergency and prehospital academic center on the West Coast. Our mission is to make a local, national, and international contribution to the practice of emergency medical services and the patients these providers and systems serve.
To learn more about us and the programs we offer, visit us at: www.cpc.mednet.ucla.edu