The Paramedic Program at Lone Star College-CyFair is designed for any certified EMT-Basic interested in becoming a Paramedic. The Paramedic course teaches anatomy and physiology, patient assessment, advanced airway management, intravenous therapy, cardiology ECG interpretation, and pharmacology. EMT-Basic training consists of coursework and hands-on experience designed to prepare students to administer care in emergency situations. Upon successfully satisfying all course completion criteria of Paramedic Program, the student will be eligible to sit for the National and State certification examination conducted by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. If you are interested in an degree plan that will help you make a difference in your community, then we are interested in you. Enrollment for Lone Star College-CyFair begins with an appointment with an academic advisor to ensure you meet academic eligibility requirements.
The Lone Star College-CyFair EMS Professions Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (CoAEMSP).
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All results can be verified by the Annual Report submitted to CoAEMSP.
You must first apply at Lone Star College–CyFair through the online application process. You can do this at http://www.lonestar.edu/ems-dept-cyfair.htm/.
a. If you are seeking the Paramedic Certificate you must be certified as an EMT and complete the application process outlined in this document. See a Workforce advisor on campus to ensure you have met eligibility requirements. Admission to the certificate program does not require college readiness.
b. If you are seeking the AAS Degree you must see a Workforce advisor on campus and to ensure you have met academic eligibility requirements. The AAS degree plan requires college readiness, as defined in the college catalog.
Applying to the Program
After receiving approval from an academic advisor, students will need to apply to through Castle Branch for a position in the EMS Academy. After receiving approval from an academic advisor, students will need to complete a Application Packet and submit it to the EMS Professions Department through Castle Branch prior to the application deadline. Enrollment for each class is limited to 25 students. Below are links to the information packet and application packet. Please read them carefully to understand the requirements and submission process.
The demand for these positions is high, and positions are awarded to the first 25 candidates who submit a complete application packet. The following must be submitted with the completed application packet for the Paramedic Program:
Physician physical and verification of required immunizations. Some immunizations require dates and some require titers (blood work). Confirm with the application packet what is needed.
Varicella (Chicken pox) x2
Hepatitis B Titer
Hepatitis C screening
TB Skin Test within last 6 months
Tdap within the last three years
Current year flu shot
A criminal background check with no negative findings
Payment for a drug screen by an approved LSC vendor
Proof of current health insurance
Picture of a government issued ID
Current AHA Basic CPR training
Copy of EMT Certification
Information sheet (in the documentation packet)
It is the student’s responsibility to continually check back on their Castle Branch account to ensure that the information submitted is accepted. After all requirements are met and cleared by Castle Branch and the application period has closed the student will receive an email acceptance letter. This letter will be sent to the email address on the information page submitted. Once they receive the emailed letter they will follow the instruction on the letter to register. The school code for the paramedic application is LD29Paramedic.
Mandatory Program Orientation Session and Clinical Orientation Sessions will be held in August 5 & 6, 2020 from 0800-1700 at the Emergency Services Education Center. YOU MUST ATTEND BOTH ORIENTATION SESSIONS. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Students who have prior college credit for advanced courses at the Paramedic level should speak with the Director of the EMS Professions Program as special circumstances may be applicable to your enrollment.
The completion of paperwork for the application packet can take up to a month or longer.
The LSC-CF EMSP program is a hybrid format of teaching. All didactic courses will consist of both face to face and online course work. With the change in format we will also be changing the hours of the program. We will continue to have two cohort of students. The new days and hours will be as follows: Tuesday and Wednesday 0800-1500 or Tuesday and Wednesday 1300-1900. This is for the classroom only. Clinical assignments will continue to be made by signing up after clinical orientation.
Financial Aid is available for students. The four most common types of aid are grants, loans, scholarships and work-study. Visit the Lone Star College–CyFair Financial Aid Department to learn more. The office is located in Room 144 of the Learning Center at LSC-CyFair. They can be reached by phone at 281.290.3200. Information may also be requested at firstname.lastname@example.org.