Overview

A Paramedic or "field medic" is a specialist healthcare professional whose primary focus is to respond to, assess, and triage emergent, urgent, and non-urgent requests for medical care, apply basic and advanced knowledge and skills necessary to determine patient physiologic, psychological, and psychosocial needs, administer medications, interpret and use diagnostic findings to implement treatment, provide complex patient care, and facilitate referrals and/or access to a higher level of care when the needs of the patient exceeds the capability level of the paramedic.

They are health professional who provides rapid response, emergency medical assessment, treatment and care in the out-of-hospital environment. Typically, this individual works with the medical professional to provide pre-hospital services, supportive hospital services and post-hospital management and supportive care services

Diploma Programs

After 12th Level

After 10th Level

§ 2years Diploma in Radio Imaging Technology

§ 2 years Diploma in Physiotherapy

§ 2 years Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology

§ 2 years Diploma in Dialysis Technology

§ 2 years Diploma in Optometry

§ 3years Diploma in Radio Imaging Technology

§ 3 years Diploma in Physiotherapy

§ 3 years Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology

§ 3 years Diploma in Dialysis Technology

§ 3 years Diploma in Optometry

Bachelors Programs

§ BSc in Radiography & Advance Imaging Technology

§ Bachelor in Physiotherapy

§ Bachelor in Trauma, Emergency and Disaster Management

§ Bachelor in Operation Theatre Technology

§ Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Technology

§ Bachelor in Optometry

§ BSc in Dialysis Technology

Master Programs

§ Master of Physiotherapy

§ M.Sc. in Medical Laboratory Technology

§ M.Sc. in Emergency and critical care

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