March 2, 2021—Alan Lambert, an instructor with the National EMS Academy, was recently recognized by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians for achieving 30 consecutive years of National EMS Certification. This distinction is an honor held by few EMS professionals.
To maintain his status as a Nationally Registered EMT, Lambert completed, on a biennial basis, the most comprehensive recertification program for EMS professionals in America.
By maintaining his National EMS Certification and completing regular continuing educations courses, Lambert has demonstrated his commitment to providing exceptional prehospital emergency medical care.
Lambert was Nationally Registered as an EMT in 1989 and has been serving the Baton Rouge and capitol area community since 2012 as an EMS educator. Prior to this position, Lambert worked as the Deputy State EMS Director for the State of Louisiana.
The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians serves as the National EMS Certification organization by providing a valid, uniform process to assess the knowledge and skills required for competent practice by EMS professionals throughout their careers and by maintaining a registry of certification status.
National EMS Academy, a division of Acadian Companies, offers entry-level, continuing education and refresher courses for a number of EMS career pathways, including EMTs and paramedics. They are a nationally accredited EMS training facility with locations in Louisiana and Texas and are an authorized American Heart Association Training Center for CPR and ECC courses.