Masks: UCLA recommends well-fitting masks in all facilities. Outdoor masking is optional for all.
COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement: The University of California requires student trainees enrolled in primary certificated education programs (ie. phlebotomy, EMT, and paramedic) to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, including a booster dose, to access University facilities and programs. Students who cannot provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination may experience delays in clinical or field placement, extended completion times and the inability to meet course requirements for certification. Limited allowance for medical and religious exemption is reviewed with supporting documentation.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some previously scheduled on-site lectures may be delivered online in accordance with UCLA and public health guidance. Required precautions may change as the situation evolves.
The Bryant Gladney Paramedic Education Scholarship is a $1,000 tuition scholarship offered to students who are currently enrolled in or starting a Paramedic program in the United States. These scholarships are awarded to students who display a strong passion for serving their community and who plan to pursue a life-long career in emergency medicine.
What's the difference between an EMT and a Paramedic?
EMTs and Paramedics are the backbone of our emergency medical system. Learn more about careers in EMS.
The Center for Prehospital Care is proud to present our 2020-2021 Annual Report, detailing our activities and impact in our community and beyond.