When I was in my senior seminar class, we had some HR people come and talk to us about resumes. They said that as a new grad your education is your biggest asset (that doesnt quite apply since you were an EMT, but still, its what they told us, take it or leave it
In my resume I had the education section, looking mostly like yours but also had a section under my education and above my work experiance that had all my clinical rotations, the semesters, and the specialty if it applied.
Medical Surgical, Random US hospital, Spring 2006
Pediatrics, Random US children's hospital, Fall 2007
ect, ect, ect.
hope that helps.