National Medical Education and Training

Brad has been a firefighter for 25 years and a Paramedic for over 23 of those years. He began his career as volunteer firefighter, working for a private ambulance company as an EMT and later as a Paramedic assigned to a major city’s 911 ambulance service in the Metro Boston area. In addition, he also worked for a hospital-based, Non-Transporting Paramedic Service, where he spent over 15 years as a rapid response paramedic.

Kim Newbury RN/CHPN/ MSN/ANP-BC - Paramedic Program Director

Kim began her career as an EMT for a private ambulance service in the metro Boston area where she was assigned to a BLS ambulance providing basic transfers as well as 911 back up for a major city and several suburban towns.

In 1997 Kim graduated with her associates’ degree in nursing. Since then Kim has had a variety of clinical experiences that include acute care, telemetry and visiting nursing. The last 6 years Kim has worked in hospice and palliative care. ... More

Bruce Cheeseman MSN/NREMT-P

Bruce Cheeseman serves as both an online instructor, as well as a lab instructors for the National Medical Education & Training Center. Bruce lives in Boise, Idaho where he is a flight paramedic with Life Flight Network and a reserve deputy with the Ada County Sheriffs Office. A paramedic since 1987, Bruce first started out as an EMT with a fire department in Rhode Island.

Candy Proctor BS/NREMT-P

Candy has been a paramedic for over 26 years and a paramedic educator for 16 years. She is now a full time educator with NEMTC. As a field paramedic Candy worked for many years in a busy urban 911 system. She has also worked in hospital-based non-transport systesms tiered ALS response.

Prior to her work in EMS, Candy came from a background in science and biophysical research. She has contributed to several scientific publications in biology and biophysics


David Weber has worked as a rescue technician, wilderness medic, and skills instructor for over a decade. This experience has given him a strong background in both professional urban and backcountry rescue with a working knowledge of a variety of rescue systems. When not teaching for NMETC, he divides his year working as a Denali mountaineering ranger, a lead guide for the Khumbu Climbing Center, and a lead instructor at Remote Rescue Training. Dave fills in his shoulder seasons as ... More

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The report and recommendations recognize and build upon the existing infrastructure overseeing medical education, training, credentialing and licensure.

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