Tim is a National Registered Paramedic, Certified Flight Paramedic and a Certified Medical Transport Executive with over thirty-two years’ experience in EMS and twenty-nine years’ experience in the air medical industry.

During his career, he served as a committee member for the Texas Department of State Health Services, Governor’s EMS and Trauma Advisory Council, Air Medical Committee and as a Vice President for the National Flight Paramedics’ Association.

Tim began his EMS career as a volunteer with Sweeny Volunteer Fire Department in 1984, then became a volunteer with Angleton Area Emergency Medical Corps. Throughout his career, he has volunteered and worked for several EMS agencies within the greater Houston area.

Tim is a former Senior Flight Paramedic and Clinical Educator for Memorial Hermann Life Flight. Memorial Hermann Life Flight was founded by Dr. James H. “Red” Duke in 1976. Memorial Hermann Life Flight was the second air medical program founded in the United States and the first air medical program in Texas.

Most recently, Tim worked for Air Medical Group Holdings, the largest independent air medical transport provider in the United States. He was a Program Manager for EagleMed and Med-Trans Corporation providing leadership for air medical bases in Texas and Louisiana, overseeing a staff of thirty-one aviation and clinical team members.

Tim is married to Nichola who is a nurse at Memorial Hermann Hospital-Texas Medical Center, he has three children and lives in Houston, Texas.