Kaiser is New Paramedicine Technology Instructor
Ogeechee Technical College
    

Josh Kaiser is Ogeechee Technical College’s new Paramedicine Technology Instructor. Born and raised in Statesboro, Kaiser graduated from Georgia Southern University in 2008, where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Writing and Linguistics. After graduation, he enrolled in an emergency medical technician program and became an EMT-Intermediate. Kaiser began working for Bulloch County Emergency Medical Service(EMS) in January of 2009. In 2010, he began working for Screven County EMS full-time and Bulloch County EMS part-time. He became a paramedic while at Screven County EMS and ultimately a captain, whose responsibilities included designing and implementing the Field Training Officer Program.

Kaiser has been happily married for 12 years to his wife, Kimberly, an art teacher at Bryan County High School. They are the parents to a beautiful four-year-old daughter, Sophie and a wild one-year-old son, Miles. Kaiser says he has a passion for helping others in their time of need and he enjoys the outdoors, live music, a good story, and college sports. Welcome, Josh!

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Contact Information

Barry Turner
Vice President for College Advancement
Phone: 912.681.5500 | Email: bturner@ogeecheetech.edu

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