Lindsey Baney

I have been a Paramedic in Saudi Arabia for almost seven years, and would describe my experience as a 'professional journey'.

I am blessed to have been given an opportunity to set a precedent as the first female Paramedic for SAMSO and now JHAH. I hope to witness more diversity in the paramedic profession within JHAH. A paramedic's profession is multifaceted as we have a limited time to manage a scene, provide quality patient care, educate patients, all while alleviating their anxieties during transport to the emergency room. Every patient is unique and has given me the opportunity to expand my knowledge whether it is from a complex treatment, challenging diagnosis, or a universal smile of gratitude.

Wherever my paramedic and healthcare educator profession takes me I will continue to build on the foundations of 'culture care and medicine' that I learned here while on my 'professional journey'.

Lindsey Baney

Education & Training

  • National Registered Licensed Paramedic since 2006
  • Bachelors of Applied Science in Health Science from Texas Woman's University, Denton, Texas, U.S.A
  • Currently pursuing a Master’s degree from Texas Woman's University

Work History

Critical Care Paramedic with Medical Services, Saudi Arabia, 2009.

Lindsey Baney is the first and only female paramedic in our organization.