Kim Newbury NREMT, 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. In 2007 Kim graduated from the University of Massachusetts with a BSN. In 2011 Kim graduated from George Washington University with a MSN as a Adult Nurse Practitioner.

Kim enjoys teaching EMT and paramedic students both in the classroom and online.

Kim serves as our Paramedic Programs Director overseeing all aspects or our program.

Student Testimonials

  • 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…tangible.

  • 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 program proved to be an answer to my prayers. From day one, it was an environment of learning, an environment of complimenting us on our strengths, and providing the means for us to improve upon our weaknesses.

Paramedic Program Accredited By

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