New paramedic graduating class includes former Northshore Fire employee

Friday, August 14, 2020

New Harborview paramedic class
Photo courtesy Northshore Fire


Harborview's recent Paramedic graduating class includes former Northshore Fire employee, Pat Sullivan (pictured far right).

After the expansion of Medic One to include all out-of-hospital emergencies, the time required to teach the larger curriculum, as well, has increased. The Paramedic Training Program is now approximately 2500 hours in length, and is completed in a period of ten months. 

Exact course duration varies, depending on class size and student readiness. Harborview Medical Center, an affiliated teaching hospital of The University of Washington School of Medicine, houses the Training Program office, classrooms, a library, and student study areas.



1 comments:

Anonymous,  August 15, 2020 at 5:46 PM  

And where are the masks for Harborview's recent Paramedic graduating class? Nothing personal, but I don't care how beautiful you may be, I want my medical help to wear a mask.

What ever happened to Lead By Example?

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