Timothy Graham, is a Shift Captain/ Paramedic for Hamilton County Ambulance Service. He is dedicated to helping the sick and injured and has had a career in Emergency Medical Services since 2001.
Mr. Graham completed his Paramedic coursework through the University of Nebraska at Kearney in 2006. Prior to his EMS career, he spent six years in active Military service with the Army. He currently serves in the Army Reserve and has a combined 24 years of Military service. Mr. Graham was mobilized for a year in 2013-2014 as the Medical Operations Non-Commissioned Officer for the Ft. Bliss, Texas Soldier Readiness and Resilience Center and oversaw the medical processing of over 90,000 Military and Civilian personnel during his time there.
Mr. Graham currently serves as the President for the Hamilton County Local Emergency Preparedness Committee and has served in this capacity since 2017. Meanwhile, he also wanted to make an investment and lasting impact in his community's public health, he was a founding member of the Hamilton County AED Partnership in 2004.
He has served as the Partnership Coordinator since 2008 and has grown the Partnership from 13 members to 40 members with a total of 63 public access Automated External Defibrillators located throughout all of Hamilton County.