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Emergency medical technicians in the back of an ambulance

The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) department seeks to prepare competent entry-level emergency medical responders, emergency medical technicians and paramedics who are capable of providing comprehensive, compassionate, and efficient pre-hospital emergency medical care.  Students enrolling in the paramedic program can be assured that Anne Arundel Community College, the School of Health Sciences, and the EMT department are committed to fostering excellence of teaching and learning opportunities for all.


Majors and Offerings

There are four levels of national certification offered at AACC:

  • Emergency Medical Responder Course (EMT 104, 3 credits).
  • EMT Course (Entry level 10-credit training).
  • EMT Intermediate (EMT-I) Certificate.
  • Paramedic Certificate or Degree.

Learn more about these offerings and their accreditation.


Faculty and Staff

Department Chair

Claudia (Tina) Clark, instructor
410-777-7084
clclark@aacc.edu
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Full-time Faculty

Robert (Tom) Crow, instructor
410-777-7236
rtcrow@aacc.edu
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Andrew Kim, instructional specialist
410-777-7150
adkim@aacc.edu
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Melanie Miller, professor
410-777-7385
mkmiller@aacc.edu
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Resources for Students

Information Sessions

Before registering for any program, your attendance at an information session is required. Please call 410-777-7310 for dates and times.

Learn more about EMT information sessions.

Questions?

We’re here to help. 

School of Health Sciences

Health Sciences Admissions

410-777-7310

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