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Mike Raum, Mon Park and Scott Frost from the Bellevue Fire Department were honored Feb. 12 at the Medic One Foundation’s welcome ceremony for paramedic training class 39. They were part of 14 individuals from around the region who will undergo more than 2,500 hours of training, and more than 700 patient contacts during their 10-month training. The training is three times the national average. The UW Paramedic Training program has certified more than 500 world-class paramedics since its inception. COURTESY PHOTO  - Courtesy photo
Mike Raum, Mon Park and Scott Frost from the Bellevue Fire Department were honored Feb. 12 at the Medic One Foundation’s welcome ceremony for paramedic training class 39. They were part of 14 individuals from around the region who will undergo more than 2,500 hours of training, and more than 700 patient contacts during their 10-month training. The training is three times the national average. The UW Paramedic Training program has certified more than 500 world-class paramedics since its inception. COURTESY PHOTO
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