STAT EMS,Inc/Hurley Medical Center Consortium for Paramedic Education

This is an in-depth Paramedic Academy for the pre-hospital health care provider at the Advanced Level. This program is designed to teach the skills of the National Curriculum for Paramedic. The academy is based on criteria set fourth in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Health Curricula. STAT EMS is licensed by the MDHHS Department of Education to provide the highest level of pre-hospital education and licensed by the State of Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA). 

Academy Length: 

Twelve months total or approximately 1100 hours. 500 hours of class time and 600 to 700 hours clinical time (Clinical time is based upon student successfully meeting the required clinical objectives). 

Academy Times:  

Academy is scheduled to begin August 19, 2019

Course Location:

512 West Court Street Flint, MI 48503

Academy Fee: 

  1. 1. $4,000.00. (Payment Plan is available)
  2. 2. Does NOT include books/online access ($452.96 if you purchase through STAT)
  3. 3. $250.00 initial deposit
  4. 4. $100.00 administrative fee (non-refundable)
  5. 5. Tuition is waived if candidate signs 15 month work agreement. (contact Human Resources for details at 810.238.7672 ext. 272

Hospital Clinical Sites

Hurley Medical Center Emergency Department, OB and OR.

Internship Sites:

STAT EMS ambulance FTO and Clinical Instructors and the Office of the Genesee County Sheriff Department Paramedic Division. 

Certification: Certificate of completion and eligibility to apply and write the NREMT Certification Exam and apply for a MDHHS Paramedic License. 

Davenport University:

We are pleased to introduce a unique partnership between Davenport University and STAT EMS/Hurley Medical Center.  Upon successful completion of the Paramedic Academy you are eligible to receive up to 39 credit hours of articulated credit toward a Davenport University Bachelor of Science degree.  To learn more, please contact the program administrator at 810.238.7672 ext. 214.


  1. 1. Submit an enrollment form
  2. 2. Proof of current Michigan licensure at the EMT or EMT-Specialist level.
  3. 3. Complete pre-admission testing involving cognitive and didactic testing (75% required to pass and move to panel interview).
  4. 4. Complete panel interview.
  5. 5. Pass a criminal and OIG background check. 
  6. 6. Successful screening drug and physical examination.
  7. 7. Must obtain Hepatitis vaccination and a burnet TBS test.
  8. 8. Provide at least (1) one Letter of Recommendation from a licensed paramedic OR public safety professional, i.e., police, fire, etc.

Tuition/Refund Policy

The tuition and fees paid by the applicant shall be refunded if the applicant is rejected by the school before enrollment.  An application fee of not more than $25.00 may be retained by the school if the application is denied.  All tuition and fees paid by the applicant shall be refunded if requested within 3 business days after signing a contract with the school.  All refunds shall be returned within 30 days.  .  Once the three business days have elapsed no refunds will be given and students will be responsible for the complete cost of the course.  

The current cost, exclusions and inclusions are listed below for each of the programs offered at STAT EMS, Inc:

Payments will be due the first class day of the month for all EMS programs unless otherwise noted.  All payments should be made to your instructor for proper accounting of payments.  Students should keep records or receipts of all payments made. 

Due to the inability to accurately track payments, cash and personal checks are NOT accepted!  This policy is strictly enforced to protect both the instructor and the student from payments being inaccurately posted in the accounts receivable department. 


Each student has only one open account balance at any given time.  Tuition, fees and other charges, such as library fines or lost badge fees, and any credits are posted to the student’s account monthly.  Students whose account balances are not paid in full by graduation date will not receive their diplomas.  Invoices are issued to each student monthly and it is the responsibility of the student to check their invoices for accuracy. 

Students will be charged a late fee of $30.00 for each late payment.  All payments are due on the date stated in the agreement.  Payments returned for any reason will be assessed a $30.00 returned item charge.

Tuition must be paid up to date prior to any examination, including oral examinations, cardiology final, pharmacology final, and/or course final. 

Students who fail to make payments as scheduled may be dismissed from the class, held responsible for fees as stated above, and referred for collection.

Please contact STAT Emergency Medical Service, Inc for more information at 810.238.7672 ext.215

If you have a Felony Conviction, you will not be allowed in any STAT EMS pre-hospital initial education program. 

Background and OIG checks are performed.

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