Reserve Deputies Making Impact With Vanderbilt LifeFlight

Did you know that Lt. Chris Rediker and Sgt. Greg Wamack, both with the WCSO’s Reserve Deputy Program, are currently serving as members of Vanderbilt’s LifeFlight Team? Both were recently honored on the Vanderbilt LifeFlight Facebook page for their current service to the team.

Lt. Rediker, who has served with the Reserve Deputy Program since 2011, is one of LifeFlight’s Nurse Practitioners working out of LifeFlight 1 in Gallatin. Rediker (RN, MSB, FNP-BC, AEMT) has served with LifeFlight for 20 years and received his Nurse Practitioner education from Austin Peay State University.

Sgt. Wamack has served with the Reserve Deputy Program since 2013. Wamack (MSN, APRN, FNP-C, CFRN, CTRN, AEMT), also with LifeFlight 1, has been with the Vanderbilt team for 15 years. His education includes receiving his EMT certificate while attending Cleveland State and Chattanooga State Community Colleges; attended Undergraduate School at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; and Graduate School from Austin Peay State University.

Both Lt. Rediker and Sgt. Wamack serve in leadership roles with the Reserve Deputy Program. They have voluntarily given countless number of hours serving in many capacities in Wilson County and are the true definition of a public servant. We wish you continued success in your established careers and thank you for the impact you make each day.