Paramedic to RN Program

Paramedic to Registered Nursing Program

Lorain County Community College & the Cleveland Clinic Foundation have partnered to offer a program for currently licensed paramedics interested in becoming registered nurses. Flexibility has been built into the class schedule in order to accommodate the needs of the paramedic student. The delivery of this program will provide students with the convenience of online lectures, lab components will be held at the LCCC Elyria Campus and all clinical experiences will be offered at Cleveland Clinic locations.  Upon successful completion of this program, the graduate will be eligible to sit for the NCLEX exam that is required to become a registered nurse.

LCCC Enrollment Services

Phone: 440-366-4032
Email: auntie_carol@lorainccc.edu
How do I get started?
  1. Complete an LCCC Application for Admission.
  2. Submit your High School transcripts to LCCC Records Office.
  3. Submit transcripts from all prior technical schools and/or colleges transcripts for evaluation. 
     A.  Transcript evaluation must be complete to determine the transferability of credits from another college to LCCC.
  4. Review & complete all program requirements.
  5. Once all program requirements are complete schedule and appointment to meet with an Academic Advisor.

Receive Program Updates

Complete the Paramedic to RN Interest form to receive updates about the program.

 

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