You have decided you’re ready to become a firefighter. Congratulations!
An EMT is an emergency medical technician. EMTs operate on a “basic” training and education level (EMT-Basic or EMT-B) or as paramedics, sometimes referred to as EMT-Ps.
2016 NCLEX Success
75%**1st Time Testers Within 6 Months of Graduation, Data is current as of December 22, 2016. The NCLEX-RN passage rate is based on first-time test takers who take the licensure examination within 6 months after graduation that is not more than 10 percentage points lower than the average passage rate during the same calendar year for graduates of comparable degree programs who are United States educated, first-time test takers on the National Council of State Boards of Nursing Licensing Examination during a calendar year. Graduates who have taken the exam after 6 months of graduation are excluded from the calculation.
The 2015 Minimum passage rate was 72%.
We are a private postsecondary educational school accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
HCI provides a student-centered environment consistent with its core values preparing graduates to apply their knowledge, critical thinking skills and the ability to succeed in their area of employment while grooming them for advancement in their careers and enhancing their service to the community. In addition to offering general education and professional programs at the diploma level, HCI also offers Associate of Science Degrees in healthcare, specifically in the nursing and paramedic fields in addition to an A.S. in fire science for firefighters.
These programs are designed to instill the knowledge and skills of professional practice, as well as foster the values of higher education and social responsibility. We not only employ a faculty and staff comprised of experienced paramedics, firefighters, and nurses in the classroom setting, but your journey will also include hands-on experience with seasoned healthcare professionals in the pre-hospital and hospital arenas.