Paramedic & EMT Training Schools
- NHTI was opened in 1965 under the name New Hampshire Technical Institute with three engineering technology programs. With a 110 full-time faculty and over 300 adjunct faculty members, our typical class size is 15 to 25 students with an average age of 25. We have approximately 4,568 day, evening and weekend credit and noncredit students attending NHTI each year. 4.84 % of our students report ethnicity other than Caucasian (including African American, Hispanic, Pacific Islander and Native American), and the general student body is made up of 45% men and 55% women.
- The New England EMS Institute is part of Elliot Heath System. The Elliot has been serving the community for over 110 years, and has a reputable history of training hospital and pre-hospital patient care providers. Elliot Heath Systems and the New England EMS Institute have provided EMS educational programs since 1985. Over the past 17 years we have educated over 9,500 students.
- Choosing the right EMT course is important to your success as a student. The Institute of EMS strives to offer a supportive environment for our students. Why do students choose the Institute of EMS?
- The primary goal of any EMT class is to prepare students to pass the National certifying exam. Our students have higher pass rates than the state and national averages.
- Our faculty is comprised of professional educators who are also practicing EMTs with years of experience.
- Students learn from a variety of experts with EMS experience allowing them to get multiple perspectives on challenging topics.