I have attended PreMed classes since 1996. First to acquire my NREMT- P then afterwards for refresher classes. From the very beginning the training and education I received from PreMed instructors was over and above any previous training I had received. I was so impressed with their instruction I strived to become an instructor for them as well. This is not any easy task because they use people that are the best of the best teaching cutting edge knowledge along with hands on experience. I have taken PEPP courses with them GEMS and Pedi Trio all of which made me a better Paramedic. Another plus of their courses is that many people from other states and parts of North Carolina attend these classes too. The interaction of these classmates occurs because going to a PreMed class means something not just a badge course as long as you come prepared to learn and work you will learn much more that most of the classes you have taken at local levels.
A.A.S Emergency Services Paramedic
Robeson County EMS Director (Retired)