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Emily Johnson has been named as the Director of EMS Education

Emily Johnson, MSN, RN, LP, CEN, NRP, is a healthcare professional with 13+ years of experience with a background focused in emergency, pre-hospital care, trauma,  education, accreditation, and leadership.

She holds a Master’s Degree in Nursing Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington, a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Nursing from East Central University, and a Paramedic Certificate from Brookhaven College.

Mrs. Johnson is a member of the Emergency Nurses Association, is a Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN), Trauma Nurse Core Course (TNCC) Director, Licensed Paramedic (LP) with the State of Texas, and a National Registry Certified Paramedic (NRP).

In the past, Mrs. Johnson served in the North Central Texas Trauma Regional Advisory Council (NCTTRAC) on the Trauma, EMS, and Zone 1 committees and served as the chair for the NCTTRAC Zone 1 committee for five years. Mrs. Johnson chaired the Trauma Systems Committee and EMS Committee at Texoma Medical Center in her previous role and has served on the Grayson College EMS Advisory Committee as a hospital representative prior to becoming a full time faculty member on the committee in August of 2021. 

Mrs. Johnson lives in Pottsboro, Texas, with her husband Jon, three children Lilly, Cole, and Luke.

“I am looking forward to impacting the healthcare given in the Texoma Region by ensuring the education given to future emergency medical providers is top notch,” says Johnson.  “It is a huge responsibility to know that if someone calls 911, one of our students may show up as the first responder, however Grayson College has an excellent EMS Faculty Team that I am excited to lead.”