John Georges EMT-P

John began his EMS career over a decade ago, having worked as a paramedic in various cities & towns in Massachusetts. The majority of his experience is responding to calls within the 911 system. In addition to working for both municipal and private ambulance services, he also served as a 911 emergency medical dispatcher and FTO for Boston EMS. John was in the first pilot online paramedic program and is a true example of success to online education.

He is currently employed as an ALS Clinical Field Supervisor and serves as instructor and the Clinical Services Coordinator for the National Medical Education & Training Center.


  • Nationally Registered EMT/Paramedic
  • Basic Trauma Life Support
  • Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support
  • Haz-Mat Technician
  • CMED Operator
  • CPR Instructor
  • ACLS Instructor
  • PALS Instructor
  • PEPP Instructor

Student Testimonials

  • 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.

  • The instructor/coordinator, is one of the finest teachers I have ever had. He uses intellectual modeling, experience of self and others, and visual aids of all sorts to make the intangible‚Ķtangible.

  • NMETC's class is not decent, it’s exceptional! Without the flexibility of the online program, there was no way I could have reached my dream of becoming a paramedic.

Paramedic Program Accredited By

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