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Aimed this study to evaluation the health awareness for Para-medic staff about communicable diseases at Medical City Hospitals Complex in Baghdad and found the relationship between health awareness level and socio-demographic characteristics among Para-medics staff. The study initiated form (October 1th 2020 to April 15th 2021), Non experimental design (A descriptive Evaluation study) was used to guide this study, A Probability, randomizes sampling of (200) Para- medics staff who works in Medical City Hospitals Complex at Baghdad. The data analyzed through the use of a descriptive and inferential statistics by use Statistical Package for Social Science (SSPS version 24), and the results found that the majority of the study sample have a moderate to high levels of health awareness, as well there was high significant association between paramedics’ level of health awareness and their level of education. The researcher found that awareness has a great impact on Para-medics in term of communicable diseases control, so they are recommended to providing educational program by using different means of education to updated information about communicable diseases infection, sources, modes of transmission and management protocols and prevention for all health care workers.