PAMI ED-ALT Champions

Nursing

Jessica Carroll, BSN, RN

Jessica started as an ED tech before completing her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of North Florida. In 2019, she became a registered nurse and a UF Health Jacksonville ED nurse fellow. She is a champion for non-pharmacologic care options and approaches treatment with a holistic perspective.

Jessica Carrol

Jennifer T. Browning, BSN, RN, CEN

Jennifer Browning has been with UF Health Jacksonville since 2006. She has a passion for emergency medicine, beginning her career as an ED/Trauma tech before becoming a registered nurse. Jennifer was born and raised in Jacksonville and is a loving mother and wife. She is committed to her role as a nurse and proud to work for UF Health.

Jennifer Browning

Physician Assistant

Jessica Sabin, PA-C

Jessica completed her physician assistant training at Nova Southeastern University in 2011. Originally from Tallahassee, she has worked for UF Health Jacksonville in the ED for seven years. Jessica is passionate about working with the patient population she serves and is dedicated to providing high-quality care to all patients.

Jessica Sabin

Elizabeth Speed Diersing, PA-C

Elizabeth Speed Diersing has been with UF Health Jacksonville for 13 years. She received her bachelor’s degree in exercise and sports science with a focus on athletic training from the University of Florida and completed her physician assistant training at Barry University in St. Petersburg, Florida. Her clinical practice has included work in trauma, Transplant ICU and emergency medicine. Elizabeth is also a Jacksonville native, wife and mother of two children.

Elizabeth Speed Diersing

Physical Therapy

Jake Broadhurst, PT, DPT

Jake has been an ED Physical Therapist at UF Health Jacksonville since 2019. He completed his DPT at Emory University in 2015. As a PT, Jake sees it as his responsibility to address patients’ pain to prevent future readmissions and improve quality of life.

Resident Physicians

Kyle “Tanner” Barfield, MD

Originally from South Florida, Tanner earned his medical degree from the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. His background as a firefighter and paramedic coupled with his interest in the variety and acuity of care in emergency settings led him to specialize in Emergency Medicine. Tanner is passionate about providing pain management options to his patients that don’t rest solely on opioids. He is eager to expand physician access to education and resources through the PAMI program.

Amblessed Oneyma, MD

Amblessed is a first year Emergency Medicine resident, originally from Atlanta, GA. She attended the Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta and chose to specialize in emergency medicine because she loves being able to make a tangible difference in her patients’ lives, intervening to turn things around at critical times. Pain management is often one of the most difficult aspects of patient care and she is a great proponent of the multimodal approaches advocated by the PAMI program.