​Wake County EMS Training Chiefs facilitate and maintain continuing education and training for providers of all levels in the Wake County EMS System. 

Chief Mallory DeLuca
Patient Simulation/Lab Coordinator

Chief DeLuca began work at Wake County EMS in 2004. She has served as Paramedic, FTO, APP fill-in, and District Chief before becoming Training Chief. She earned an Associate's Degree in EMS from Fayetteville Tech, and a Bachelor's in Emergency Medical Care with a concentration in Management.

Mallory DeLuca

Chief Greg Miller
Initial Provider Education Lead Instructor

Chief Miller began his EMS career in 2001 in his home state of Florida. He served as clinical coordinator and interim director in Durham Tech's EMS program. He earned a Bachelor's
in Emergency and Disaster Management from Western Carolina University. He took his current position with Wake County EMS in fall of 2017.

Greg Miller

Chief Jake Hardison
Academy Coordinator, EMS Internship Program

Chief Hardison began work with Wake County EMS in 2013 after working with Cary EMS. He's served as paramedic, Venue Team Medic, and fill-in Advanced Practice Paramedic. He earned his Bachelor's in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from North Carolina State University, and took his current position in spring of 2018.

Jake Hardison

Chief J.T. Malcolm
Continuing Medical Education

Chief Malcolm began work with Wake County EMS in 2013. He's served as paramedic, preceptor, Bike Team Medic, Tactical Medic, and fill-in Advanced Practice Paramedic. He earned his Associate’s Degree in EMS from Wake Tech in 2012, and he took his current position in fall of 2018.

J.T. Malcolm