Policy Clarifications Regarding Rotations
February 15, 2023
Based on recent student behaviors in the clinical and EMS rotation environments, we have felt it necessary to reiterate and clarify policies governing what is expected of students behaviorally while in rotations: 1. Students are expected to be respectful, diplomatic, and professional at all times and with all people you come in contact with during those rotations or while dressed in a PERCOM uniform. 2. Students are NOT allowed to talk back to, denigrate, challenge or criticize any preceptor, staff…
11/6/21 Homework Submission Issues
November 6, 2021
8/21/21 Research Papers
August 21, 2021
July 23, 2021
Advanced Chat Time Changed Until Further Notice!!!!!
March 16, 2021
Advanced Chat will now be held on Wednesdays at 5pm Texas Time. It’s been changed in the Calendar as well. Sorry for any inconvenience!!
Missouri Skills Site Now Open!!!
March 5, 2021
The Missouri site has been re-approved for a Skills Site as of yesterday!!!! If you’re interested in scheduling a skills session here, please reach out to me(Gabriel) and we can get you set up! Gabriel Helms 314-397-3530
Skills Lab Policy for COVID-19 – Effective Immediately
April 17, 2020
April 17, 2020 at 1:32 p.m. Due to the current pandemic and social distancing recommendations that have been distributed by Governor Rick Abbott (Texas Gov.), TDSHS, and CDC, the following modifications are mandatory for EMT, P1/AEMT and Paramedic skills labs for PERCOM students. Students are required to RSVP normally and by the posted RSVP deadline. The scheduling process has not changed. Students who have RSVP’d for a skills session may NOT attend that session if any of the following circumstances…
All Students: Drug Cards Website
April 2, 2020
A former student, who is also now an EMS editor and writer for initial and continuing education content for a couple of different companies, has provided the following site free of charge to our students to help you with your drug cards and learning that material. Please look this site over and see if it is of benefit to you. P1 and P2 students, this could be very helpful for you in creation/development/use of your required drug cards for your…
Regarding the NREMT Provisional Certification Post
March 20, 2020
March 20, 2020 at 3:49 p.m. Folks, no this does NOT mean that you can get your provisional certification from NREMT without completing the necessary skills sessions and rotations for your educational program – PERCOM. They are doing this to help get people out working during this crisis who have completed all program graduation requirements and are clear to take their certification exams and who pass the CBT with NREMT ONLY. They are basing this on the fact that the…
March 20, 2020 at 1:09 p.m. Responding to the nationwide need for Emergency Medical Services personnel and the social-distancing public health guidance, the Executive Committee of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians gave emergency approval to add a Provisional Certification. The Provisional Certification will be automatically assigned to any candidate that (1) completes an educational program at the EMR, EMT, AEMT or Paramedic level and (2) successfully passes the National Registry’s cognitive examination. The requirement for completing the psychomotor…