Dr. Paul Rosenberger has over thirty years of EMS experience with over twenty years of adult education instruction. He has performed ground and flight paramedic duties and leadership in town administration during his service.
During his career as a practicing paramedic he flew for an aeromedical provider, worked in Emergency Room and Intensive Care Units, and provided 911 ground paramedic duties for several cities (Arlington, Fort Worth, and Austin).
He has served as a faculty member and Assistant Program Director for UT Southwestern, which included initial education and continuing education platforms. During his tenure as an educator he has coordinated initial EMT and EMT-Paramedic courses in preparation for NREMT certification examinations. He was responsible for and maintained program accreditation with the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). He is also an instructor for the NAEMSE Evaluating Student Competencies seminars. In 2017 and 2018, Dr. Paul Rosenberger was a senior facilitator for the NREMT’s scenario workshops. Currently, Paul is the Associate Director of the EMS Continuing Education program at UT Southwestern and an Adjunct Faculty member for the Emergency Services Administration BAAS program at the University North Texas – Dallas. He is also the Co-Chair for the National EMS Education Standards Developmental/Revision Team.
Dr. Paul Rosenberger graduated from Auburn University at Montgomery with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science. He then earned a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of North Texas. He graduated from Northcentral University with a Doctorate of Education in 2013.
He and his wife Laine live in Flower Mound, Texas and have a daughter.