Meet AMT: Bryce W.

We interview our staff members for details on their EMS journey.

When/why did you first become interested in working in the EMS field?

Eleven years ago I joined our local paid on call fire department and since then I have served our community as a FireFighter/EMT.


In 2005, that same fire department responded to my house when my father-in-law was involved in a tragic accident where he unfortunately lost his life. The care and professionalism displayed by the responders as they made efforts to revive him were both humbling and inspiring to me, and I felt compelled to join them and give back.

Tell us about your experience in the EMS field. What jobs have you had?

In my eleven years with the fire department, I have served as FireFighter, EMT, Public Educator, Honor Guard member, Lieutenant, and Vice President of the Centennial Fire relief association.

What is the most rewarding part about working in EMS?

Knowing that you have made a difference in someone’s life, and having a positive impact on the community I serve.

What is your favorite part about working for Allied Medical Training?

I enjoy working with the students, others who want to step up and do good things.

If you could give advice to someone looking to become an EMT, what would you tell them?

Do as much as you can for as many as you can for as long as you can.

If you could have a superpower, what would it be?

I think I would choose to have endless energy so that I could do more.

Thanks, Bryce!

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