Additional Resources

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Paramedic Programs (in Atlantic Canada)

Medavie HealthEd

HealthEd, a division of Medavie Health Services is responsible for delivery of a broad range of high quality and professional health education programs with its vision of enhanced student experience, quality people, and global delivery.

Holland College

Whether you are graduating from high school, transferring from another post-secondary institution, want to upgrade your skills or plan to make a career change, Holland College has more than 65 full-time career training programs to help you reach your goals.

Oulton College

We are committed to preparing you for the workplace. In fact, we consider your first day on campus to be the first day of your new career. We’ll help you by providing support as you navigate your job search and meet with prospective employers.

Professional Associations & Accreditations

Paramedic Association of New Brunswick

The Paramedic Association of New Brunswick exists to protect the patients that we serve and to promote quality care through cooperative working relationships among organizations and stakeholders with EMS Interests. As such, all Prehospital emergency medical care professionals must register with the Association in order to practice in the Province of New Brunswick.

Paramedic Association of Canada (PAC)

The Paramedic Association of Canada (PAC), formerly the Canadian Society of Ambulance Personnel (CSAP), is Canada’s only EMS organization of prehospital regulators. The association has been in existence since 1988 and is currently comprised of over 14,000 practitioners located in the following divisional chapters: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Yukon, and the Canadian Armed Forces…

Nurses Association of New Brunswick

The Nurses Association of New Brunswick (NANB) is the professional association and regulatory body for nurses in the province. Founded in 1916, the NANB is the largest group of health professionals in the province with 8700 members. NANB is the official voice of nursing in the province, speaking out on health care issues on behalf of nurses and the public.

International Academies of Emergency Dispatch (IAED)

The IAED is a non-profit standard-setting organization promoting safe and effective emergency dispatch services world-wide. Comprised of three allied Academies for medical, fire and police dispatching, the IAED supports first-responder related research, unified protocol application, legislation for emergency call center regulation, and strengthening the emergency dispatch community through education, certification, and accreditation.

Other Links

National Occupational Competency Profile (NOCP)

The NOCP defines the competencies of paramedic and emergency medical responders within Canada.