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PARAMEDIC STUDENT FIELD INTERN AUTHORIZATION & RE-AUTHORIZATIONOn this page:
How Do I Become Authorized? | Application Forms & Fees | Authorization Policy | PAO Schedule & Registration
Effective January 1, 2011, all paramedics intern's in San Joaquin County must be authorized by San Joaquin County EMS Agency.
HOW DO I BECOME AUTHORIZED?
- Be in good standing in an approved paramedic program.
- Present evidence that the intern has completed all didactic and clinical requirements prior to beginning their internship.
- Submit a completed Paramedic Intern Application.
- Submit a copy of a current valid California EMT certification card.
- Copy of a current healthcare provider CPR Certification, issued from American Heart Association, American Red Cross, or programs approved by the EMS Agency.
- Submit a copy of valid state identification card (i.e., driver's license) or valid federal identification (i.e., military identification).
- Attend an orientation and successfully pass with a score of 80% or higher on a closed book examination of the San Joaquin County ALS Policies.
APPLICATION FORMS AND FEES
Application and Related Forms
Fees: All fees are non-refundable.
|Application Fee:||$75.00 (effective July 1, 2012)|
|Replacement Card:||$25.00 (effective July 1, 2012)|
Personal checks are not accepted. Acceptable payment methods are cash, Debit, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or money order. We strongly discourage sending cash by mail.
PARAMEDIC INTERN POLICY
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ACCREDITATION ORIENTATION (PAO) SCHEDULE AND REGISTRATION
You must be pre-registered to attend. Click here to view schedule and register. This course is only open to paramedics applying for initial accreditation and paramedic field internships. Currently accredited SJC paramedics will only be permitted to attend with prior approval from Rick Jones, email@example.com.
PAO Study Guide - New
An interactive study guide is available. Click here for more information.