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Faculty from at least one partner agency has come forward to clear the air on suspicions raised about the legitimacy of an Emergency Response Program being coordinated by the Centre for Emergency Medical Services Education in St Lucia.

Director for the Advance life support Program Jerry Peters has confirmed that a memorandum of understanding exists between the St Lucia based organization and the Good Fellowship Ambulance and Emergency Medical Training Institute.

He noted that there is a reasonable explanation that can address student concerns about delays in exams at the local institution.

So far there has been no word from representatives from at least two other American learning institutions that the Centre for Emergency Medical Services Education is supposedly attached to    
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