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Marissa Danenberg-Jones AAS, Paramedic, CCEMT-P

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Emergency Medical Science

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Marissa Danenberg-Jones serves in two roles for the JCCC Emergency Medical Science program.  Since 2007 she has instructed Basic Life Support courses (EMR, EMT and American Heart Association CPR) and Advanced Life Support MICT/Paramedic courses as a lab clinician in the hands-on lab session environment, teaching students how to perform and apply the practical knowledge and skills in the field of emergency medical sciences. In her second role, she instructs Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) courses as an adjunct assistant professor.

Mrs. Jones started her EMS education in 2004, obtaining her EMT certification that year. She obtained her Kansas Mobile Intensive Care Technician (MICT) and NREMT-P certifications in 2005, at the same time completing her Associate of Applied Science degree at JCCC. She went right to work for Johnson County Medical Action as a field paramedic and in 2010 she obtained her CCEMT-P. During her time at Med-Act she served on the Health and Wellness group and the Critical Care Transfer Team and facilitated the education of many MICTs during their field internships. Mrs. Jones also has a passion for the public relations aspect of EMS and thoroughly enjoys helping adults and children in the community to understand emergency services.


Associate of Applied Science, Johnson County Community College, 2005


  • ACLS Instructor, American Heart Association, 2011  
  • Critical Care EMT-P, UMBC, 2010
  • PHTLS Provider, NAEMT, 2009
  • BLS Instructor, American Heart Association, 2007
  • Paramedic, Kansas, 2005
  • NREMT, 2005