Arlyn Hatch joined Life EMS as an EMT in 2018. Over the past few years, he has also obtained his Paramedic license and become a Field Training Officer for Life EMS. These many accomplishments in a short amount of time are proof of Arlyn’s strong work ethic and dedication to his community and his fellow coworkers.
Arlyn has always wanted to be in a field that helps and serves his community, though his real push to become a Medic was the untimely passing of his daughter. He began his career in 2013 with Garber Fire Department as an EMR/Firefighter. In 2018, Arlyn started basic training at Autry Technology Center and then pursued his career at Life EMS. In 2019, he enrolled at OSU-OKC to continue his education and he became a Paramedic in 2020. He has now proudly served his hometown community of Enid for eight years.
Arlyn always strives to better himself and to help those in need. These admirable qualities shine through not just in his job, but also in his care and devotion towards his four children, Dexter, Madolynn, Adyn and Eisley. His interests outside of serving his community include fishing and watching OU football. Boomer Sooner!