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EMS, Paramedic students celebrate completion

Updated: May 17, 2018

MARTINSVILLE – Patrick Henry Community College (PHCC) is proud to announce that the following students have completed the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Paramedic Program The program, which can culminate in either an Associate of Applied Science-Paramedic degree or a Paramedic Career Studies Certificate, prepares students to manage complex emergency medical situations and to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians Paramedic (NRP) Certification examination.          

The following earned their Paramedic Career Studies Certificate:

  • Daniel Bryant of Woolwine

  • Dillon Phillips of Axton

  • Aaron Wade of Collinsville

  • Andrea West of Collinsville

  • Adam Wood of Stuart

The following earned their Associate of Applied Science-Paramedic:

  • Christopher Bouldin of Axton

  • Roy Craft Jr. of Danville

  • Beau Custer of Collinsville

  • Adam Foley of Stuart

  • William Smotherman of Dry Fork

The following students have completed the First Year of the EMS Paramedic Program & have completed the Intermediate Career Studies Certificate. This certificate prepares students to take the Virginia State Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate Certification examination.

The following earned their Intermediate Career Studies Certificate:

  • Morgan Adams of Sandy Level

  • Mackenzie Bryant of Cascade

  • Bradley Hancock of Spencer

  • Erianah Harris of Penhook

  • Avigail Hatfield of Danville

  • Micah Lackey of Bassett

  • Joshua Meggs of Rocky Mount

  • Jonathan Mireles of Rocky Mount

  • Katlyn Owen of Martinsville

  • Kayla Pitchford of Rocky Mount

  • Katherine Potter of Danville

  • Kayla Saxe of Martinsville

  • Garrett Shively of Ferrum

  • Austin Sigmon of Danville

  • Casey Wimbish of Danville

Applications for the EMS Paramedic program at PHCC can be found in Philpott Hall room 131 on the PHCC campus and on the college website. Applications for the fall cohort are due by May 31, 2018.  Contact the EMS Paramedic Program Director Ashley Dye at or 276-656-5473 for questions or advising.

The PHCC EMS Paramedic Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs ( upon the recommendation of the Committee on Accreditation of Educational Programs for the Emergency Medical Services Professions (

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