About

About

About EMTP

Welcome to Emergency Medical Training Professionals, LLC the Premier Allied Health Training & Educational Facility in Lexington, Kentucky! Finding the right program to accommodate a demanding schedule can be difficult. At EMTP we offer small class sizes, a great deal of hands on experience and attention, as well as flexible class schedules at affordable prices. Our classes are taught by knowledgeable, friendly and dedicated Educators.

As an Allied Health Training and Educational Facility we have a commitment to both the student and the patient; as lives may be reliant on our student’s preparedness. We provide the highest level of specialized, ethical and practical instruction for our students with particular attention given to the value of quality patient care. We believe that giving students proper guidance, along with an encouraging attitude, can transform an average student into a compassionate, proactive and innovative medical professional.

EMTP was created in 2007 with one goal in mind: To train and educate quality EMS providers. We wanted our students to become essential members of medical teams and to be excellent pre-hospital and in-hospital professionals, not to simply pass the national examinations.

Since 2007 our vision has grown from EMS providers to an allied health training ideal which incorporates many other aspects of the medical profession. We still offer all of our quality EMS course options. We are proud to include in our family of courses National Certified Phlebotomist, State Registered Nurse Aide, and several community training courses and continuing education courses for current medical professionals.

At EMTP we want to train you to not just be a high caliber medical professional but a high caliber person. To us, a professional is more than someone who just does their job well. We want to instill in our students that the individuals that they will be taking care of are more than just patients. They are people who need true patient care. We want our student’s future patients to feel holistically taken care of. We want them to sense the dedication to their job, education and patients that the graduates from EMTP have.

We would like to attribute our great success and continuing growth to the many students who have walked through our doors with a positive outlook and eager attitude. Without our students’ ambition and our dedicated instructors, we would not be where we are today.

Our instructors have experience from all aspects of healthcare not just the EMS field. The individuals that teach for EMTP have decades of combined experience. Our instructors pull their knowledge from rural and urban pre-hospital environments, clinical environments, and critical care settings.

EMTP has greatly expanded the classes we offer. We began servicing pre-hospital professionals. Today, we provide clinical, industrial, and community outreach programs.

Classes we offer include Emergency Medical Responder (EMR), EMT, Paramedic, National Certified Phlebotomist, State Registered Nurse Aide (SRNA), CPR, ACLS, PALS, PEPP, GEMS, PHTLS, AMLS, First Aid, and CABS.

We are proud members of the Better Business Bureau and Commerce Lexington. We will continue to grow and serve right here in the Bluegrass as a locally- and woman-owned and operated business. From all of us here at EMTP, we look forward to meeting your education needs!

EMTP Mission Statement:

The mission of EMTP is to train and educate quality medical professionals in the Central Kentucky area by providing an enhanced learning environment while teaching the practical skills and overall medical knowledge needed to focus on patient health and well-being. It is the goal of all EMTP employees to ensure student success by emphasizing respect, dedication to safety, and adherence to medical ethical guidelines and ensuring that we are a compassionate group of medical professionals that always put patient care first.

BBB Accredited                       EMTP is a member of Commerce Lexington

Meet our Staff

Gerria Berryman, Educator and Founder of EMTP

Gerria started her career in EMS as a firefighter. Gerria became an EMT in the early 80’s at Jessamine County EMS, becoming the EMS Director for Washington County EMS in 1997. With a passion for patient care she became an instructor for EMT and Paramedic and numerous other areas. Gerria is both a level I and II National EMS Educator/NAEMSE instructor courses.  Gerria encourages public education and has appeared on many of the local TV stations promoting CPR, First Aid, and safety awareness. Currently, she is an instructor for American Heart BLS course work and ACLS, AMLS, GEMS, PHTLS, EPC, Pet CPR &First Aid and KBEMS EMS Levels I, II, III and evaluator for Levels I, II and III. Gerria has a Bachelors Degree in Business and Ethics from Asbury University.

Bill Clark

Bill started his career serving in the U.S. Navy before becoming an EMT, then a Paramedic. He worked as a firefighter and Paramedic for the LFUCG Division of Fire and EMS for 13 years before becoming an educator here at EMTP. Bill first became interested in the healthcare field when he took first aid courses through the Boy Scouts as a child. Currently Bill teaches EMT, Paramedic, First Aid, CPR, ACLS, PHTLS and EPC courses. Since 2007 Bill had trained and prepared students to provide quality care to their patients. Bill has also received certification as a Master Teacher: Developmental Process through Elsevier.

Kitty Litteral

Kitty is the SRNA coordinator here at EMTP and she works as RN Supervisor in Long Term Care at Richmond Place. She has been on staff at EMTP for almost three years. She also teaches CPR and LP on the clinical side. Kitty has been a nurse for more than 17 years and draws her experience from many different aspects of the nursing field. She has been interested in nursing from a very young age and has a heart for people. She is a caring and compassionate teacher that is very hands on. Kitty has a background in management as a former business owner and operator.

Sarah Clark

Sarah Clark followed a family tradition of firefighters, EMTs and Paramedics by beginning her EMS career in 1996 as a First Responder. She went on to earn her EMT-B in 1998 and Paramedic in 2003. She brings her knowledge and experience into the EMTP classrooms on a part-time basis while pursuing both an AS in Science and a BA in Natural Resource and Conservation Management. You’ll find Sarah teaching EMT-B, CPR, PALS, GEMS, AMLS, and PEPP/EPC. She stays sharp and learns the latest cutting-edge science behind treatment methodologies by attending the National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE) conference annually. Sarah has 14 years of experience to share with her students.

Scott Robinson

Scott works at EMTP on the marketing side of the business. As the Marketing Account Manager he works with potential students, accounts for businesses and corporations and helps advertize for EMTP online, in print and on television. Scott studied Political Science and History at the University of Kentucky and has a strong background in public safety. Scott is also certified as a First Aid and CPR instructor.