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Martin Price, MMS, PA-C

Principal Faculty, PA Medicine
Unit: PA Medicine, Graduate Faculty, College of Allied Health, Biomedical Science
Location: Greer

"Our greatest fear should not be of failure but of succeeding at things in life that don't really matter." –Francis Chan
  • Teaching & Education
    • Graduate of Clemson University with BA in History. (2003)
    • Graduate of Greenville Technical College’s Paramedic Program. (2007)
    • Graduate of North Greenville University’s Physician Assistant Program with a Master’s in Medical Science. (2019)

    I was an adjunct faculty member for the Greenville University of South Carolina School of Medicine EMT program.

    I precepted students for the NGU PA program while I was in clinical practice.

  • Professional Experience

    I was a paramedic for Greenville County EMS from 2007 to 2017. I worked as a Family Medicine PA from 2020 to the end of 2021.

  • Selected Awards Received

    I am a multiple-time recipient of the Greenville County EMS Cardiac Arrest Survivor Award presented to EMT and Paramedics who had prehospital cardiac arrest saves that resulted in neurologically intact discharge from the hospital for the patient.

  • My Story

    I grew up in Greer, SC. I graduated from Greer High School in 1999. I attended Clemson University and graduated in 2003 with a BA in History. After graduation, I did mission work in Ghana, West Africa. After returning from Africa, I went back to school and became a paramedic. I started working for Greenville County EMS. I worked there for 10 years and became a field training officer. I left EMS to go to PA school. I was a member of NGU’s 2nd PA graduating class. After finishing the PA program, I took a job as a Family Medicine PA at Oakview Medical Associates in Simpsonville. I worked there for 2 years until I took the position of Assistant Professor in the NGU PA program.

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