National Medical Education Training Center
National Medical Education & Training Center is a values-driven organization that educates and trains competent, compassionate, pre-hospital emergency medical providers. Our graduates enter the work force with the knowledge, skills, and ability to deliver high-quality patient care at all operational levels of EMS.
The core values of the organization are set forth by its founders, Brad and Kim Newbury who, along with a talented team of instructors, promote creative teaching styles and present a cohesive unit dedicated to creating a positive learning environment.
NMETC offers educational training for both the Basic EMT and Paramedic level. All graduating students are eligible for the Massachusetts EMT or Paramedic licensing exam, as well as the certification exam administered by the National Registry of EMT’s for each level. NMETC is proud to have partnered with the University of Texas Health Science Center, located in San Antonio. Each of our EMT graduates will receive six (6) college credits, while our paramedic students will receive thirty-three (33) college credits.
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