Mrs. Tiffany Kline is a board-certified Occupational Health Nurse with more than 18 years of experience in occupational medicine, and she specializes in the health and safety of first responders. In 2001, Tiffany started the Occupational Health Program for Tampa Fire Rescue. This comprehensive wellness and fitness program serves as a national best practice model for the Fire Service. She also serves as a liaison to the Tampa Bay Regional Critical Incident Team, where she served as President of the Board of Directors.
Tiffany has also served as President of the Florida West Coast Association of Occupational Health Nurses and on the Board of Directors for the Florida Association of Occupational Health Nurses. Her former speaking engagements include many national and state conferences, such as: the Florida Occupational Health Conference, Responder Officer Leadership Symposium, National Fire Academy: Management of Community Health Risks, TBRCIT: International Critical Incident Stress Foundation Conference, and many more.
Throughout her career, Mrs. Kline has been the recipient of numerous awards, notably: a Governor’s Achievement Award, Commendation from Tampa City Council, Commendation from the Mayor of the City of Tampa, Occupational Health Employer of the Year, Nurse of the Year from University Community Hospital, and the Clinical Excellence Award for her Nursing Graduating Class.
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