BC graduates 4th paramedic classPublished 8:52am Friday, December 14, 2012
By DALE FULLER
BC Executive Director of Institutional Advancement
Students in Bainbridge College’s fourth graduating class of the Paramedic Program received their paramedic certificates in a ceremony held Tuesday, Dec. 11, at the Charles H. Kirbo Regional Center on the Bainbridge College campus.
“These graduates worked extremely hard, and I’m very proud of them,” said Paramedic Program Instructor Randy Williams, who coordinates BC’s Emergency Medical Services programs of study. They were very dedicated and made a lot of sacrifices to achieve this educational endeavor.”
Honorees were Chris Clinton, of Fowlstown, Michelle Bruss, of Whigham, Ga., Kente Carter and Angie Rathel, of Colquitt, Ga., Robert Clark, of Cedar Springs, Ga., and Billy Wade and Amanda Kempton, of Bainbridge.
“They are now eligible to challenge the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic written and practical examination,” Williams said. “Upon successfully passing the examinations, they’ll be able to apply for a Georgia paramedic license and start working as a paramedic.”