The department of paramedics  offers career training and skills upgrading to suit your needs. We offer a wide variety diploma programs that lead to employment opportunities in the areas of Allied Health Sciences.

The  paramedics is a professional provider of emergency care who must possess the essential attributes that are demanded by the profession, including general academic ability, physical abilities, interpersonal relationship skills, capacity for appropriate judgment and orientation toward human services.

The institute has special emphasis on character building, and awareness on medical ethics so that a cadre of empathetic professionals be produced and could be able to adopt ethical approaches while serving the patients

Currently (AMI) offers

 ·         Anesthesia technology

·         Cardiology technology

·         Dental technology

·         Health technology

·         Pharmacy technology

·         Pathology technology

·         Radiology Technology

·         Surgical technology

Mission :

To provide timely and effective pre-hospital emergency patient care.  To save lives and reduce pain and suffering from medical emergencies for every patient.  To promote public education and wellness though expanded community paramedic roles.

“To provide compassionate quality care and service built around the needs of the patients and communities we serve through effective partnerships.

(AMI) students not only excel in academics but have proved their metal in extra circular activities too. With the growing strength and depth of our faculty and ever increasing number of our alumni, we are confident that; we are ready to serve humanity.We welcome every student to come here, learn, experience and be ready to serve.
• Provided efficient Advanced Life Support to the injured utilizing all advanced techniques. 
• Good understanding of patients condition and ability to calm them down.

That the student should be able to Gain enhanced levels of exposure to a range of clinical specialist areas and clinical conditions. These specialist areas provide increased opportunities to apply physical assessment, clinical reasoning and clinical skills that would take a longer period of time to encounter in the out-of-hospital environment.

Vision :

Toronto Paramedic Services strives to meet the changing needs of our community for pre-hospital and out-of-hospital medical care by demonstrating our fundamental values every day.

Values :

·      OPTIMISM

We value the opportunity to make a difference in someone’s life every day.

·      INTEGRITY

We are ethical in all of our interactions. We remain trustworthy to the public we serve by never compromising our professionalism or integrity.

·      TEAMWORK

We build strong relationships by working well together and independently. We support a professional workplace that communicates respect for diversity, equitable treatment and contribution.

·      LEADERSHIP

We are an organization of leaders. We nurture, grow and practice leadership skills at every level of our organization which helps us achieve the Toronto Public Service’s values of stewardship, service and commitment.

·      CLINICAL EXCELLENCE

We continuously improve everything we do through personal development, education, evaluation, and evidence-based research. We achieve excellence by demonstrating the highest degree of expertise as Emergency Medical Dispatchers, Paramedics, Support and Leadership staff, working together as a team, and committed to the best possible care of our patients.

Goals  :

Specifically our goals are:

§  To initiate discussion amongst international communities, teaching institutions and associations for emergency medical services, paramedic and paramedic services, of the potential for international collaboration;

§  To garner the collective voice, enthusiasm and commitment from individual paramedics and medical responders, professional associations, leadership/management associations, research organizations, teaching institutions and the like, in order to construct an international community of paramedic professionals.

§  To create an international communications network for this international community of paramedic and medical responder professionals from around the world to collaborate, learn and share best-practices;

§  To provide a forum where best practices and standards can be accessed and shared in the hopes of moving toward mutual, evidenced-based design, deployment and care of paramedic services around the world;

§  To provide a unifying platform that an international community of practitioners could use to promote and develop the profession

Scope :

Once you've gained experience, you might be promoted to senior paramedic or emergency services team leader. Following this, it's possible to progress into management posts such as operational manager, assistant director of operations or a senior position in the control room.

You may be required to take management qualifications on a part-time basis to progress to these roles and once in post, you could take bespoke training in areas such as media for giving official public statements.

As a senior paramedic it's possible to work as an emergency care practitioner , where you could be based in:

  • community hospitals;
  • GPs' surgeries;
  • health centres
  • hospital accident and emergency departments;
  • minor injuries units.
  •  Intensive Care Paramedic
  • Retrieval Paramedic (RP
  • General Care Paramedic

·         First Responder (FR)

·         Patient Transport Attendant – Level 1 (PTA1)

·         Patient Transport Attendant

·         Basic Life Support Medic (BLSM) AMBULANCE COMMUNICATIONS STREAM

·         Emergency Medical Dispatch Support Officer (EMDSO)

·         Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMD)

It is also possible, with further training in critical care and trauma, to move into the senior role of critical care paramedic. Opportunities exist in some locations for specialist work with motorcycle, rapid response car or air ambulance (helicopter) units.

You may choose to move to related occupations in health care, either in a clinical role, such as nursing, or into non-clinical careers, such as  trust management and administration, training and development, or health and safety. Extra training and qualifications are likely to be required.

Careers in other uniformed services, such as the armed forces, police or fire service, are also an option, as are lecturing posts on paramedic science courses