Adiel Garcia Paramedic, I/C, MEd, NRP, RDMS

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Emergency Medical Science

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Adiel Garcia is an adjunct assistant professor and teaches EMS 140, Basic Cardiology and EKG Recognition, along with working as a lab instructor in the Johnson County Community College Emergency Medical Sciences program.

Mr. Garcia started his career as a combat medic in the U.S. Army. He has worked as a civilian field paramedic and has critical care and flight medic experience. Mr. Garcia has teaching experience in secondary and post-secondary educational settings.

Mr. Garcia also has presented at conferences in 13 countries and published some training manuals in Spanish, in which he is fluent. Currently, Mr. Garcia is a battalion chief in the education and training division for Johnson County Med-Act Emergency Medical Services.

Education

  • Graduate Certificate, University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley, 2016
  • Master of Education, University of Texas-Brownsville, 2012
  • Bachelor of Applied Technology, University of Texas-Brownsville, 2008
  • Associate of Applied Science-Sonography, Texas Southmost College, 2005
  • Associate of Applied Science-EMS, Texas Southmost College, 2003

License/Certificates

  • Instructor/Coordinator, Kansas, 2016
  • Paramedic, Kansas, 2015
  • Advanced Coordinator, Texas, 2006
  • Sonographer, Texas, 2005
  • Paramedic, Texas, 2003