Mr. Felice is an EMS Instructor at the Fort Lauderdale campus. He comes with a wealth of experience as an EMT and Paramedic. He has also taught and been active in the educational field. Mr. Felice has worked in many states including New York, North Carolina and Florida. He has also volunteered as a Paramedic and an ALS coordinator.
Mr. Felice holds several degrees, an MBA, a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration, and a Master of Science in Management/Leadership. He worked with Selden Fire Department where he implemented the QAQI procedure, doing it on his own. When he started growing the program he created a committee which encompassed 10 people and the medical director as well the chiefs. He was able to implement their ALS program from nonexistent to a thriving program.
Community outreach is very important to Mr. Felice. He has been involved in numerous community initiatives that the FD wanted. He was a part of the training committee for the Seldon FD, which had the instructors as well as the lieutenants and captains involved. They trained the department as well as new members in new methodology. Twice a year they had open houses which had the community come and see the equipment that the FD used as well as training for those interested.
Mr. Felice was one of the first people that arrived after the tragic events of 911 and was at ground zero for 1 month. At Medford FD he was one of the main contributors of getting a retirement fund for the volunteers. He setup awards for these volunteers to recognize their contributions. He was the instructor coordinator at La Guardia Community College and made sure that all the students met all the requirements to meet state standards as well as the NREMT.