Anatomy and Physiology (A&P)

The Next Step to Becoming a Paramedic

 

The A&P course for paramedics is a survey course that covers all 11 body systems. A&P is offered online every Summer and Fall semester; the course is not offered in the Spring semesters. To register for an A&P course, you must attend a free information session prior to class registration. 

Prerequisites to Paramedic Training

  • All students must be Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT’s).
  • All students must pass a college-level Anatomy and Physiology course that covers all 11 body systems.
National EMS Academy

Take A&P for Paramedics Through NEMSA/SLCC

  • National EMS Academy, in partnership with South Louisiana Community College, offers Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedics (EMSE 2201) which is a five-credit course that covers all body systems including integumentary, reproductive, skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory digestive, and urinary.
  • The NEMSA/SLCC Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedics course is delivered online every Fall and Summer semester; the course is not offered in the Spring semesters.
  • There are no prerequisites to entering Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedics. Students may complete EMSE 2201 concurrently with their EMT training, or they may wait to finish EMT training first then enter Anatomy and Physiology after passing National Registry EMT.
  • Students must pass a college-level Anatomy and Physiology course that covers all 11 body systems.
National EMS Academy

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