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UMass Lowell Emergency Medical Service provides continuous professional-quality care to the university community, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We also provide medical training to community members who have a need or interest in learning CPR and/or First Aid.
Becoming an EMT is easier than you think, without additional out-of-pocket cost, and you can earn college credit. After you obtain your state certification you can get paid to go to class, and can work for an award-winning member of the National Collegiate EMS Foundation. See why you should join!
Need CPR and First-Aid? Check out our schedule and sign up today.