Nathan Duclos

Nathan is a Nationally Registered Paramedic and have been in EMS for over 8 years. He is a licensed EMS instructor as well as a Certified Wilderness Paramedic.

Nate continues to serve as faculty member on SOLO Schools’ Wilderness and Remote medicine teaching staff, traveling nationally and internationally to teach and work. He has guided and climbed around the globe including Aconcagua, Kilimanjaro, McKinley and Whitney and have lead clients through Western Mongolia.

He holds faculty positions at both the University of New Hampshire and Salem State University where he teaches wilderness emergency medicine, search and rescue, guiding and adventure based backpacking. Nathan is also an American Herat Association Training Center Faculty member. He holds a BA in Environmental Ethics and a Masters Degree in Environmental Education.

He has expertise in both urban and wilderness emergency medicine, disaster relief and search and rescue and has travelled to Haiti, where he co-founded a clinic in the mountains of Belle Fontaine to provide emergency medical services to victims of the 2010 earthquakes and to Panama where he worked with Floating Doctors to provide healthcare in rural village clinics.

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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

Paramedic Program Accredited By

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