Clint Fleming, B.S.N., RN, FCN
Clint has been a registered nurse for over six years. Prior to becoming a registered nurse, he started his career in healthcare serving as a Firefighter/Paramedic in southeast Florida. His desire to improve his knowledge within his career lead him to further his education by obtaining degrees in Emergency Services Management and Fire Science Technology from Palm Beach Community College.
During his career, Clint pursued his calling in health care which would eventually lead him to Greenville, South Carolina. He obtained an Associate Degree in Nursing through Excelsior College. Clint is currently employed as an Emergency Department Nurse and enjoys teaching part time at a local Community College as an EMT/Paramedic instructor. Clint obtained his training as a Faith Community Nurse in the Spring of 2011 and achieved the distinction of Faith and Health Ambassador in 2012 upon completion of the Faith and Health Ambassador Course.
Currently, Clint is engaged in exploring the development of various congregational health initiatives and the role of Faith Community Nursing and Faith and Health Ambassadors within churches located in the upstate of South Carolina.
Outside his career, Clint is a devoted husband and father and recently served his church as a deacon sharing Christ with others and teaching about health.
Clint is interviewed by Jim Lee on the Josh Kimbrell Show on Christian Talk Radio 660 AM in Greenville, SC. Listen Here.
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