EMT is an answer for the NYT Crossword puzzle. Here you can get the history and usage for EMT in NYT Crossword from 1994.

This "EMT" answer was first appeared in "2 Dec 1993" NYT Crossword for the hint of "CPR specialists". It was authored by Richard Silvestri. Recently, the "EMT" answer has been used for "21 Nov 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "First responder, for short (8)". It was authored by Kevin Christian and Andrea Carla Michaels. In the NYT Crossword, this answer has been used most frequently for the hints: "First responder, for short (8)", "CPR pro (11)", "CPR giver (6)", "CPR expert (10)", "911 responder (6)". "EMT" appeared 168 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "EMT" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
21 Nov 2023 61D First responder, for short Kevin Christian and Andrea Carla Michaels
23 Oct 2023 8D First responder, for short Stella Zawistowski
30 Aug 2023 55D 911 responder Alex Eaton-Salners
23 Aug 2023 20A CPR pro Michael Lieberman
1 Mar 2023 33A CPR provider Aaron M. Rosenberg
9 Feb 2023 49A Hwy. accident respondent Alex Rosen
26 Jan 2023 6D Many an essential worker, for short Dan Ziring and Quiara Vasquez
25 Sep 2022 13D Lifesaver, for short Meghan Morris
27 Aug 2022 54D Care provider inits. Andrew Linzer
19 Jul 2022 64D One trained in CPR Andy Kravis
18 Jul 2022 18D Certain first responder, for short Phoebe Gordon
12 Jun 2022 38D Ambulance pro Will Nediger
17 May 2022 44D 911 responder Richard D. Allen
13 Dec 2021 10D An essential worker, for short Tomas Spiers
5 Dec 2021 39A First responder, for short Chase Dittrich and Jeff Chen
29 Sep 2021 64A First responder, in brief Alex Eaton-Salners
30 Aug 2021 12D CPR pro Brooke Husic
1 Aug 2021 28A Ambulance driver, for short Matthew Stock
21 May 2021 54A 5-Across administrator Sam Ezersky
13 Apr 2021 47A CPR provider Michael Lieberman
11 Mar 2021 41D Trauma professional, for short Leslie Rogers
18 Feb 2021 35A Urgent care provider, in brief Zachary Spitz
20 Jan 2021 34A Health care hero, for short Natan Last, Andy Kravis and The J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
18 Jan 2021 40A CPR pro Jeff Stillman
11 Jan 2021 32A CPR performer Martha Kimes
28 Dec 2020 6D 911 call respondent, for short Alan Massengill and Andrea Carla Michaels
27 Dec 2020 75D P.D. or F.D. worker Daniel Grinberg
23 Dec 2020 52A Worker for a hosp., maybe Juliana Tringali Golden
28 Nov 2020 9D Triage pro Nam Jin Yoon
27 Aug 2020 20A CPR pro Nancy Stark and Will Nediger
7 Jul 2020 6D CPR expert Kevin Patterson
14 Jan 2020 30A 911 responder, in brief Jim Peredo
14 Oct 2019 21A First responder, for short Gary Cee
25 Sep 2019 9D First responder, for short Natan Last, Andy Kravis and The J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
8 Sep 2019 94A CPR teacher, maybe Joe DiPietro
28 Jul 2019 7D CPR administrator Christopher Adams
18 Jul 2019 51A Triage pro, for short Matthew Sewell
9 Jul 2019 4D 911 responder, for short Bruce Haight
20 Mar 2019 33A Ambulance figure, for short Erik Agard, Amanda Chung and Karl Ni
13 Jan 2019 32D Lifesaver, for short Andy Kravis
11 Jan 2019 40A Checker of vitals, for short Jim Horne and Jeff Chen
5 Jan 2019 29D Pre-hosp. childbirth aide, often Andrew Zhou
3 Nov 2018 27D Graduate of a Red Cross training course, for short Ryan McCarty
12 Oct 2018 35A Checker of someone’s vitals Erik Agard and Bruce Haight
18 Sep 2018 33A Ambulance driver, for short Greg Johnson
12 Sep 2018 21A CPR provider, for short Jeffrey Wechsler
26 Jul 2018 64D Certain fire dept. employee Nate Cardin
5 Jul 2018 46A Chest thumper, for short? Randolph Ross
29 Jan 2018 66D Fire dept. responder, maybe Lynn Lempel
2 Nov 2017 64D CPR provider Peter Sagal and Mike Selinker
10 Oct 2017 26A 911 responder, for short Mark MacLachlan
28 Sep 2017 1D Defib user Joe Krozel
15 Aug 2017 62A Mobile CPR provider Zhouqin Burnikel
8 Sep 2016 20A One rushing to work, for short? Joanne Sullivan
24 Jun 2016 20A Worker with a saving plan, for short Patrick Berry
6 Dec 2015 66A CPR expert Patrick Berry
11 Oct 2015 7D 911 respondent, for short David J. Kahn
4 Sep 2015 52D Crash site figure, for short David C. Duncan Dekker
2 Sep 2015 4D CPR expert Kevin Christian and Bradley Wilber
15 Jul 2015 51A Defib expert Bruce Haight
9 Feb 2015 20A One trained in 11-Across, for short Lynn Lempel
8 Feb 2015 112A Lifesaver’s inits. Jeremy Newton
1 Jan 2015 22D Chest compressor, for short Jill Denny and Jeff Chen
18 Nov 2014 28D First responder, for short Jacob McDermott
7 Nov 2014 7D Stretcher carrier, for short Patrick Berry
3 Aug 2014 15A Rescue squad member, for short Ian Livengood
9 Jul 2014 54D CPR pro Bruce Haight
10 Apr 2014 35D Defib administrator David Steinberg
10 Feb 2014 12D CPR expert C. W. Stewart
19 Sep 2013 42A Lifesaver, briefly Michael Blake
9 Mar 2013 24D Potential throat clearer, briefly David Steinberg and Barry C. Silk
10 Oct 2012 7D Defib operator Pete Muller
24 Sep 2012 58A CPR specialist John Dunn
3 Jul 2012 52A CPR pro Robyn Weintraub
24 Aug 2011 58A CPR pro Kelsey Blakley
23 Jul 2011 19A Maker of life-and-death decisions, briefly Tom Heilman
29 Apr 2011 25D Health care inits. David Quarfoot
6 Mar 2011 107D 911 responder David Levinson Wilk
20 Feb 2011 92A CPR pro Elizabeth C. Gorski
11 Feb 2011 9D First responder, for short Adam Cohen
11 Jan 2011 4D One skilled in CPR Sharon Delorme
24 Sep 2010 29A Possible IV pusher Mark Diehl
24 Jul 2010 64D Colleague of 3-Down David J. Kahn
16 Feb 2010 39D Defib operator Paul Hunsberger
11 Feb 2010 36A First responder, for short Peter A. Collins
3 Jan 2010 1D Mouth-to-mouth pro, briefly Jeremy Newton
26 Dec 2009 49A Stretcher fetcher, briefly Kevin G. Der
7 Oct 2009 34D One with defib training Tim Wescott
27 Jun 2009 38D Defibrillator user, for short Trip Payne
20 Jun 2009 36D One making a journey with a gurney Brad Wilber
14 Jun 2009 8D 911 responder Brendan Emmett Quigley
30 Apr 2009 12D R.N.’s colleague Greg Kaiser and Steven Ginzburg
5 Jan 2009 29D Ambulance worker, for short Andrea Carla Michaels
28 Dec 2008 42A Medevac worker Patrick Berry
7 Dec 2008 6D 911 respondent Jim Page
13 Jun 2008 19A First-aid expert, briefly Patrick Berry
9 Jun 2008 43A CPR provider Paula Gamache
27 Apr 2008 8D Ambulance figure: Abbr. Oliver Hill
26 Feb 2008 23A CPR giver Sarah Keller
5 Nov 2007 18D CPR pro Jeremy Horwitz
2 Sep 2007 60A Rescue squad V.I.P. Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
26 Aug 2007 112D 911 responder Andrew M. Greene and Craig Kasper
20 Aug 2007 4D Aid provider to the critically injured, briefly Lynn Lempel
16 Jul 2007 34A First responder, say: Abbr. Elizabeth A. Long
10 Jun 2007 56A Fig. in TV’s “Third Watch” Bob Klahn
14 Dec 2006 37A One with Red Cross training, maybe: Abbr. Ed Early
23 Oct 2006 25A Ambulance worker, for short John Calvin Williams
2 Aug 2006 4D Ambulance figure: Abbr. Harvey Estes
14 Jul 2006 4D Possible defib performer Brendan Emmett Quigley
7 Jul 2006 25A Responder in a van: Abbr. Joe Krozel
5 Jul 2006 59D CPR specialist Nancy Salomon
11 Apr 2006 37A CPR specialist Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
13 Nov 2005 4D One with a time-sensitive job, for short Brendan Emmett Quigley
29 Sep 2005 8D Ambulance staffer, for short Sam Bellotto Jr.
29 Aug 2005 44A CPR giver Sarah Keller
21 Aug 2005 110D 911 responder: Abbr. Byron Walden
7 Aug 2005 46D CPR giver Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
22 Mar 2005 10D CPR giver, for short David J. Kahn
27 Feb 2005 14A Potential lifesaver, for short Mike Torch
13 Sep 2004 12D Expert in resuscitation, in brief Jay Giess
28 May 2004 57D One concerned with matters of the heart: Abbr. Manny Nosowsky
9 Mar 2004 20A CPR giver Sarah Keller
26 Jan 2004 32A Hwy. mishap respondent Patrick Merrell
7 Dec 2003 118D CPR specialist Sherry O. Blackard
30 Nov 2003 76D R.N.’s colleague Manny Nosowsky
13 Aug 2003 44A CPR user, often Charles E. Gersch
26 Jul 2003 32D One at a crash site, for short Brendan Emmett Quigley
7 Jul 2003 25A CPR expert Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
28 May 2003 4D CPR giver Alan Arbesfeld
5 Feb 2003 50A CPR giver Ron O’Hair
30 Jan 2003 25A Accident scene arrival, for short Alan Arbesfeld
21 Jan 2003 1D C.P.R. expert Richard Chisholm
24 Nov 2002 50A CPR expert Nancy Salomon and Lee Glickstein
2 Nov 2002 47D One seeking signs of life?: Abbr. Robert H. Wolfe
13 Jul 2002 5D Potential lifesaver, in brief Randolph Ross
11 Nov 2001 93D CPR pro Joe DiPietro
18 Aug 2001 29D One may be seen after a crash: Abbr. Rich Norris
8 Jul 2001 107D One rushing to a hosp. Michael S. Maurer
5 Jul 2001 8D CPR performer Peter Gordon
1 Jul 2001 78D CPR pro Manny Nosowsky
25 Jan 2001 13A Accident scene arrival: Abbr. Robert H. Wolfe
26 Nov 2000 78A Ambulance occupant, for short Patrick Berry
22 Oct 2000 22D Ambulance V.I.P. Henry Hook
23 Apr 2000 27A 911 respondent Nancy Nicholson Joline
1 Mar 2000 32A C.P.R. administrator M. Francis Vuolo
2 Jan 2000 71A 911 respondent Rich Norris
22 Nov 1998 111D Ambulance V.I.P. Nelson Hardy
10 Aug 1998 26D Ambulance driver, for short Brendan Emmett Quigley
2 Jun 1998 22D C.P.R. expert Elizabeth C. Gorski
4 May 1998 56D Ambulance crew member, for short Hugh Davis
17 Mar 1998 47A CPR expert Nancy Salomon and Bob Klahn
9 Jan 1998 46A Amb. worker Manny Nosowsky
27 Oct 1997 39D CPR practitioner Mark Gottlieb
12 Oct 1997 10D Hosp. employee Nancy Salomon
10 Jul 1997 10D Ambulance asst. Matt Gaffney
16 May 1997 43A 911 responder Brendan Emmett Quigley
10 Dec 1996 12D C.P.R. administrant D. Niles
24 Oct 1996 20A Hosp. employee M. S. Maurer
12 Jul 1996 52A CPR administrator Chuck Deodene
19 Jun 1996 25D C.P.R. expert F. Piscop
7 May 1996 25D Ambulance rider, briefly K. Hodge
5 Jan 1996 35D Ambulance driver: Abbr. R. Ross
11 Jul 1995 4D Paramedic: Abbr. Gregory E. Paul
4 Mar 1995 43D Ambulance crew member: Abbr. Rand H. Burns
17 Dec 1994 5D E.R. employee Chuck Deodene
19 Apr 1994 7D Ambulance attendant: Abbr. Bob Sefick
13 Feb 1994 82A C.P.R. giver, perhaps Cathy Millhauser
2 Dec 1993 13D CPR specialists Richard Silvestri

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