Everett Fire’s Newest Paramedics Just Completed 2500 Hours Of Training

August 2, 2019

Everett Fire

Photo provided by Everett Fire Department.

Photo provided by Everett Fire Department

Editor’s note: For those who don’t have Facebook we wanted to pass along this announcement from Everett Fire regarding the department’s newest Paramedics. That’s a lot of hard work.

Look at those smiles! Those smiles represent accomplishment, dedication, and determination!

Congratulations to Taylor Cannon, Mark Farrar, and Jakob Lundy, who all graduated from the Medic One Paramedic Training Program last weekend.

They will be our newest paramedics with the department. We are proud of all of the work you have done to reach this great accomplishment!

This program is a 2,500 hour program of rigorous training, including classroom instruction, clinical rotations at Seattle Children’s, UW Medical Center and Harborview Medical Center, as well as extensive field training supervised by experienced senior paramedics. Join us in congratulating all of their hard work!



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