The Need for Highly-Skilled Paramedics Never Ends

This fall, 24 first responders from fire departments and EMS agencies throughout our region, including Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond, Shoreline, South King County, Everett, Marysville, San Juan Island, and East Jefferson County, will begin the intensive 10-month Medic One Paramedic Training Program.

Funded solely by the Medic One Foundation, the Paramedic Training Program is among the most comprehensive and grueling training programs in the world. Paramedic students undergo more than twice the number of recommended training hours using the latest medical technology and medicine. As a result of this additional training, cardiac arrest victims in our region are two to three times more likely to survive.

Medic One Foundation—established by the very physicians who founded our region’s Medic One system—receives no government dollars and relies on your support to help save lives.

“Medic One saved my wife. I will do everything that I possibly can to fund and help them in any way that I can. I have no choice. It could happen to you, it can happen to me, it can happen to our children, it can happen to anybody. But I want to be ready, and the way that I see it is to help them.”

John Glasser, President
All-Purpose Door Repair, Inc.