Marshall Area Fire Fighters Ambulance Authority donates ambulance to KCC EMS Program, provides paramedic scholarships

Pictured are KCC and MAFFAA officials with the donated and newly refurbished ambulance on the left. From left to right are MAFFAA Basic EMTs Kristen Jaskiw and Abigail Sanger, KCC EMS Education Faculty Coordinator Clark Imus, KCC Public Safety Education Director Rob Miller, MAFFAA Executive Director Mark Burke, MAFFAA Operations Manager Nick Smith and MAFFAA Basic EMT Josh Turner.

Kellogg Community College’s Emergency Medical Services students have more training opportunities on campus thanks to the donation of an ambulance from the Marshall Area Fire Fighters Ambulance Authority. The MAFFAA has also committed funds for scholarships to put three of… Continue Reading

What is the difference between an EMT and paramedic?

EMS students push a simulated patient on a gurney in the College's EMS sim lab.

While Kellogg Community College offers many programs for those interested in working in health care, the Public Safety Education department’s Emergency Medical Services programs provide a path for students who want to be on one of the front lines of… Continue Reading

KCC Paramedic Program gets nationally accredited

The KCC EMS Program ambulance, parked outside the Lane-Thomas Building.

Kellogg Community College’s Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic Program this month was nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. KCC’s Paramedic Program – a certificate program with the option to further pursue an Associate of Applied Science… Continue Reading