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Lanier Tech Instructor named EMS Educator of the Year
Brandon Carey Lanier Tech award 2020
From left, Susanna Carey, U.S. Representative Doug Collins and Brandon Carey. Photo submitted.

A Paramedicine Technology Instructor at Lanier Technical College has been named the 2020 Georgia EMS Educator of the Year by the Georgia Emergency Services Association.

Brandon Carey, instructor of Lanier Tech’s Paramedicine Program received the award from U.S. Rep. Doug Collins at a reception in downtown Atlanta in mid-February.

According to a release from Lanier Tech, the Georgia EMS Educator of the Year Award is presented to an EMS Educator who has contributed significantly to EMS education at the community, regional, and/or state level.

“We are so very proud of Brandon. He is a shining example of the great instructors we have at Lanier Technical College,” Ray Perren, president of Lanier Technical College said in the release. “I have said for years that Lanier Tech is home to the very best EMT/Paramedic Training Program in the State of Georgia. Brandon’s award is even further evidence of the quality of our Paramedicine Program. Our instructors make the difference.”