As a clinically-trained hyperbaric technician, Jason assists in the daily chamber operations. Not only does he help control the chamber and its components during each treatment, he also assists each patient before, during and after treatment. Jason monitors each patient closely, ensuring a safe treatment experience.
Jason has been in the fire, emergency and paramedic services field since 2006. He is a state and national licensed paramedic, a basic life support instructor for the American Heart Association, and trained in pediatric advanced life support and advanced cardiovascular life support by the America Heart Association. His experience in this field led him to the American Hyperbaric Center, where he feels he can further his skills and continue to help improve the lives of others. He enjoys the ability hyperbaric treatments give him to follow each patient throughout their course and see change and improvement. Suffering an accident resulting in a closed head injury himself, Jason has a passion for helping others and feels he can relate better to patients, offering support and encouragement during their treatment process. Jason also enjoys learning more about research-based applications in hyperbaric medicine to provide better outcomes for more patients.
When he’s not working, Jason enjoys fishing, being outdoors, baseball, and Alabama football. He loves attending his church, spending time with his family and girlfriend, and taking care of their rescue dog Tucker.