Wake County EMS has three Training Chiefs who facilitate and maintain continuing education and training for providers of all levels in the Wake County EMS System.
Chief Mallory DeLuca oversees the Medical Simulation processes in the employment assessment centers, FTEP Simulations and Mobile Simulations. She also oversees the Operational Clearance Process.
Chief DeLuca began work at Wake County EMS in 2004. She has served as Paramedic, FTO, APP fill-in, and most recently 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.
Chief Jason Jones coordinates medical training for fire departments around the county. He also oversees content for EMS System Continuing Medical Education, which is a bimonthly day of class required for all EMS System responders and administrators.
Chief Jones began work at Wake County EMS in 2008 after working with Onslow County EMS while in college. He has an AAS in EMS from Coastal Carolina Community College and is working through his Bachelor's in EMS at Western Carolina University.
Chief Cody Martin coordinates the Wake County EMS System Academy for new hires and staff who are upgrading their system certifications.
Chief Martin worked a year with Yadkin County Rescue Squad before becoming a full time paramedic with Wake County EMS in 2011. He earned an MS in Emergency Management (Disaster Medicine and Management) from Philadelphia University, a BS in Health Sciences from Guilford College, and an AAS in EMS from Guilford Technical Community College.