James DiClemente

Pro EMS Center for MEDICS


As Director for the Center for MEDICS, James’s primary responsibility is to design and implement all training and education for Pro EMS employees and more than a dozen outside agencies who contract their training through Pro EMS and Pro EMS Center for MEDICS. This includes creating and delivering H.A.L.O training, new employee orientation, and other training sessions as needed. James also maintains the simulation facilities and equipment used at Pro and Center for MEDICS.

As the Paramedic Program Director, James graduates 2 large cohorts of students per year, ensuring they receive a comprehensive experience resulting in an impressive National Registry pass rate. James and his team have developed a unique program focusing on the benefits of simulation in a paramedic program and continues to implement cutting edge technology within the program to maximize efficiency. In 2012, James was recognized with Educator of the Year award by the Metropolitan Boston Emergency Medical Services Council. He is a member of the National Association of EMTs and National Association of EMT Educators. James serves as Community Training Center Faculty in all American Heart Association disciplines and is a content developer and lead educator in CFM’s distance learning platform. James began working at Pro EMS in 2008 and graduated from the Paramedic Program at Pro EMS Center for MEDICS in 2010.

My Sessions

Engaging Distance Learning

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All EMS education should exceed standards, not just meet them.  In a mobile healthcare industry, with an ever mobile workforce; agency orientation and continuing education should be a real-time reflection of your service’s needs and trajectory.  We will discuss how to cultivate an education and training program that shifts the dynamic from archaic in-service training […]

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