Patrick Napier
Information Technology Officer

Biography
Mr. Napier currently serves as the Information Technology Officer for FCC Behavioral Health where he is responsible for providing leadership in the continued development of an innovative, robust, and secure information technology environment throughout the agency. The primary responsibilities for this office encompass a wide variety of strategic technology issues: governance and policy, resource allocation, information technology protocols, and Electronic Health Record oversight. FCC’s Information Technology provides support for clinical research and technology, delivery of IT infrastructure and services, information security systems and compliance, administrative systems, and client support services.
 
From 2011-2017, Mr. Napier held a variety of positions throughout FCC Behavioral Health, including Recovery Support Aide, Residential Manager, Clinical Information Analyst, and Information Technology Manager. In addition, Mr. Napier is responsible for the oversight of the Health and Safety of FCC Behavioral Health which includes providing hands-on training in Nonviolent Crisis Intervention, ALICE Active Shooter Response Training, and Emergency Planning and Implementation. Mr. Napier also serves on several agency teams and committees to include the Executive Team, Leadership Team, Risk Management Committee, Corporate Compliance Committee, and Training Committee.
 
Prior to joining FCC Behavioral Health, Mr. Napier served a total of 11 years in the United States Navy. Mr. Napier served five (5) years as an Aircraft Mechanic attached to the F/A-18C Hornet squadron, VFA-136, stationed out of Virginia Beach, VA. During this time, Mr. Napier deployed on three (3) tours attached to the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, USS John F. Kennedy and USS George Washington in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. In between tours of duty, Mr. Napier was an Attraction Mechanic with Walt Disney World’s Epcot Center as well as a Robotics Technician with SRG Global where he received certifications through Conair and Motoman Robotics, as a programmer. In 2009, shortly before starting with FCC Behavioral Health, Mr. Napier re-enlisted into the Naval Reserves where he served an additional six (6) years as an Intelligence Specialist attached to a reserve unit out of Memphis, TN.