The University of Vermont Health Network - Elizabethtown Community Hospital Paramedic Program is an intensive training program which blends an on-line learning environment, classroom sessions, lab sessions, and clinical experience. The second class of the 15-month, 900-hour program begins in September, 2019.
Hands-on clinical training is offered at 15 regional health care organizations and 30 EMS agencies across Northern New York and Vermont. Classrooms locations in Lewis, Malone, and Queensbury and online coursework make it easier for students from Clinton, Essex, Franklin, St. Lawrence, Warren, and Washington counties to learn closer to home. Tuition and fees for the 2019-2020 program are approximately $5,200 and scholarships through the Elizabethtown Community Hospital Auxiliary are available.
Mission: Elizabethtown Community Hospital’s Paramedic Education program’s purpose is to
prepare entry level Paramedics whom are capable of providing comprehensive,
compassionate, and efficient emergency care, to serve in career and volunteer positions in
the Mountain Lakes EMS region and surrounding areas.
Vision: To be the premier provider of Paramedic education in northern New York and become a
model for other rural education programs.
Values: Elizabethtown Community Hospital recognizes the following core values: Teamwork,
Quality, Compassion, Respect, Communication, Accountability, Service, and Trust.
These values are expected of all staff and students representing the program.
Essex County Public Safety Building
702 Stowersville Rd.
Lewis, NY 12950
North Country Community College
75 Williams St.
Malone, NY 12953
Mountain Lakes Regional EMS Council Office
375 Bay Rd., Suite 101
Queensbury, NY 12804