Bradford Newbury MPA, NRP, I/C

Brad has dedicated over 30 years to Fire and Emergency Medical Services. His experiences include both volunteer and career fire departments as well as private, hospital based and municipal EMS services.  He currently serves as a career Captain/Paramedic assigned as a shift commander in a suburban department just south of Boston.

Teaching is a passion for Brad, he has mounted a vast array of educational teaching experiences in both Fire and EMS areas.  He has presented at both fire and medical conference covering a number of related topics.  Most recently Brad worked with the NAEMT and Jones & Bartlett publisher as a co-author for the “All Hazard Disaster Response” course released in 2017.

Brad had a vision to deliver EMS education in a different way.  More than ten years ago he became an innovator in hybrid EMS education for initial paramedic programs.  Brad’s entrepreneurial spirit drove him build a CAAHEP accredited program and enroll students from around the globe at National Medical Education & Training Center (NMETC).  Brad serves as the President/CEO of NMETC

In 2014 Brad was appointed to the faculty at The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Fellowship in Disaster Medicine, an affiliated fellowship of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and currently serves as the Associate Director EMS Education where he teaches prehospital medicine and disaster response. .

Brad holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Fire Science and a Master Degree in Public Administration. 

Student Testimonials

  • It was an honor to be a part of your program. I would not be a licensed paramedic if it were not for NMETC.

  • Without your program, there is no way I could have achieved this milestone while still working full time.

  • I highly recommend NMETC's paramedic program to anyone looking to advance their knowledge of medicine and further their careers in the Emergency Medical Services.

Paramedic Program Accredited By

Commission on Accreditation
of Allied Health Education Programs
Committee on Accreditation
of Educational Programs for the
Emergency Medical Services Professions