Past Jacksonville Fire and Rescue (JFRD) Captain Timothy Devin joins Orange Park Medical Center as EMS Coordinator. Timothy holds 27 years of experience with JFRD, most recently retiring as captain in their emergency preparedness division.

Throughout Timothy's time with JFRD he held numerous positions including paramedic-in-charge on some of the city's busiest units, overseeing patient care quality improvement, coordination of all emergency medical services training for nearly 1,100 healthcare providers and closed out his career overseeing all disaster related health and medical issues for all healthcare facilities in the area.

"Tim bringing his experience to Orange Park Medical Center will be instrumental in taking our hospital to the next level," said Chief Executive Officer Chad Patrick.

Timothy began his career as a firefighter and paramedic with both Clay County Fire - Rescue and the City of Orange Park Fire - Rescue and is looking forward to coming home to Clay County for his next role.

"Our emergency and trauma teams do extraordinary work caring for patients quickly when every second matters. Strong partnerships with Clay County Fire - Rescue, JFRD and the surrounding areas allow us to work together to deliver quality and efficient care to the communities we serve. As we continue to make these relationships a priority we look forward to having Tim as part of our team," said Kathy Hester, Orange Park Medical Center's Chief Nursing Officer.