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Gabriel Marsh received his EMT-B and EMT-1 certifications through South Plains College in Lubbock, then received his Paramedic certification. He earned a bachelor’s degree in emergency health sciences from the University of Texas Health Science Center-San Antonio. He has served as full-time faculty at Brookhaven since February 2016.
He holds National Registry certifications as an EMT-B and EMT-1 Licensed Paramedic and Nationally Registered Paramedic, and holds instructor certification in the state of Texas.
Previous experience includes working for the University Medical Center burn center in Lubbock, East Texas Medical Center EMS in Waco, Careflite in Johnson County, Texas, John Peter Smith Hospital and Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth. He holds current cards for Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support, Advanced Medical Life Support and Emergency Pediatric Care.