Pictured, from left, are: Brian Hehl, EMS Program Director; Dr. Amanda Lee, BCC President; Hanna Wood, Paramedic Graduate; Amanda Russ, Paramedic Graduate; Zachary Everitte, Paramedic Graduate; Savannah Stewart, Paramedic Graduate; Cloey Jones, Paramedic Graduate; Dennis Troy, Chairman of the BCC Board of Trustees; and Stephen Hester, EMS Lead Instructor
DUBLIN — Bladen Community College is proud to announce the graduation of its esteemed paramedic students. The graduation ceremony, held on July 18th, marks a significant milestone in the lives of these dedicated individuals who have completed an intensive and comprehensive training program to become qualified paramedics.
The ceremony took place in the teaching auditorium located on the Bladen Community College campus. Family, friends, faculty, and guests were invited to share in the celebration of the graduates’ accomplishments.
The paramedic program at Bladen Community College is renowned for its commitment to excellence in emergency medical services. The rigorous curriculum, under the guidance of highly experienced instructors and healthcare professionals, has equipped the graduates with the necessary skills and knowledge to respond effectively to various medical emergencies. The graduates are Morgan Anderson, Zachary Everitte, Cloey Jones, Amanda Russ, Savannah Stewart, and Hanna Wood.
Throughout their training, the paramedic students have undergone extensive classroom instruction, hands-on simulations, and real-life clinical experiences. They have been trained in advanced life support techniques, critical care procedures, and the latest medical technologies, ensuring they are well-prepared to provide exceptional care to those in need.
Bladen Community College takes immense pride in its graduates’ achievements and the role it plays in fostering the growth of exceptional healthcare professionals. The institution remains committed to providing top-notch education and training that prepares students for successful careers in the healthcare field.
At the graduation ceremony, attendees witnessed inspiring words from EMS Program Director Brian Hehl, College President Dr. Amanda Lee, and Board of Trustees Chairman Dennis Troy.
“The paramedic gets invited into the lives of others to provide comfort and treatment when the person is unable,” Hehl said. “The paramedic student suffers through long hours of class and clinicals to become that person. The person who is willing to give of themselves to others. Today, we applaud them for their success.”
Bladen Community College extends its appreciation to the local community and those whose continued support has contributed to the success of the paramedic program. Their involvement has enabled the college to maintain its standard of excellence in healthcare education.
For more information about the EMS program, contact Bladen Community College at 910-879-5500.