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Historic Class Graduates From the National EMS Academy

By June 8, 2022No Comments

Congratulations to the Accelerated Paramedic graduates from the National EMS Academy. This is the first Accelerated Paramedic Class to graduate from NEMSA in 10 years.

The group successfully completed a course that normally lasts over a year in half of that time. They have truly lived and breathed paramedic school, and through sweat and many tears pulled through it like champs.

The Graduates of the 2022 Accelerated Paramedic Class include:

Josee Arnold from the New Orleans area, Matthew Bryant from the Central Louisiana area, Tristin Domingue from the Capital area, Kennan Dupre from the Bayou area, Ellis Field from the HubCity area, Sara Laiton Perea from the Bayou area, Sydney Poole from the Southeast Texas area, Casey Riche from the HubCity area, Jessica Sevin-Lapointe from the Capital area, Lauren Small from the Bayou area, Brianna Williams from the Capital area, and Thomas Wimprine from the New Orleans area.

“We are very proud of this group of individuals and are impressed with their dedication and commitment to the course,” stated Director of the National EMS Academy Taylor Richard. “Completing the accelerated program is a major accomplishment, and I look forward to what the future holds for these individuals.”