Jeremy Tinter

Location:

Sunstar - Pinellas County, Florida

Position:

Director of clinical services

Certifications:

A certified Paramedic in the state of Florida, Jeremy has also served as an adjunct, non-credit faculty/CME Instructor at St. Petersburg College and has taught Continuing Education Classes through the Pinellas County Authority CME Program to EMTs, Paramedics and Nurses.

Biography:

Jeremy Tinter is Paramedics Plus’ newly appointed Director of Clinical Services for the Pinellas Operation. Jeremy served as the Clinical Services Coordinator for Sunstar Paramedics from June 2015 to June 2016 and held various positions ranging from Field Training Officer, Critical Care Paramedic, and Assistant Supervisor over the past 10 years. His emergency medical services career has not only been clinical care but also focused on education and training. Jeremy holds many instructor ratings ranging from AHA to NAEMT, leads the simulation lab for the Pinellas County, and has been responsible for the successful clearing of Clinicians to the field.

He was the proud recipient of the seventeenth annual 2016 American Ambulance Associations “Star of Life” award.

Jeremy is a native of Florida and a longtime resident of Pinellas County. He is a graduate of the University of South Florida with a Bachelor’s degree and a graduate of EMS Leadership Academy, class of 2016.

His hobbies include playing classical guitar, jogging, movies, and photography.

“I am committed to the Mission, Vision, Values of Paramedics Plus and enjoy conveying message this though a clinical excellence perspective. With a focus on edification, integrity, and innovation we will be successful in our continued efforts to be the preferred EMS provider in the eyes of patients, partners and communities. I facilitate this by connecting the “why” of every Clinician that passes through the Clinical Services Department to the vision of Paramedics Plus. By doing so, we have not only created an engaged Clinician but a partnership with our workforce that is motivated to be the best possible Paramedic, EMT, or RN in the organization”