Joe Coffey


Joe Coffey is a multifaceted professional with a distinguished career in emergency services and incident management, currently serving as the Trainer/EMT for the Brooklyn Aviators Hockey Team. With over three years of experience as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) with the New York City Fire Department (FDNY), Joe brings a wealth of expertise in emergency medicine and athlete care to his role.

Since joining the FDNY in 2021, Joe has served as an EMT and the Aide to the Chief of Planning in the Bureau of Fire Operations, where he has played a pivotal role in developing incident action plans and coordinating resources for major events, dignitary protection, and large-scale drills. His ability to work seamlessly across tactical, strategic, and executive levels, along with his proficiency in incident management, has earned him recognition and endorsements within the department.

Joe’s dedication to emergency response and medical care extends beyond his professional duties. He has been actively involved in emergency management and incident response initiatives, including providing medical support at high-profile events such as the Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball Drop.

In addition to his expertise in emergency medicine and incident management, Joe is passionate about athletic training and athlete well-being. His diverse skill set, which includes athletic training and familiarity with sports safety protocols, makes him uniquely qualified to support the Brooklyn Aviators Hockey Team in optimizing performance and preventing injuries.

As the Trainer/EMT for the Brooklyn Aviators Hockey Team, Joe is committed to providing top-notch medical care and support to ensure the safety and well-being of the players. His experience, professionalism, and dedication make him an invaluable asset to the team, empowering athletes to perform at their best with confidence, knowing they are in capable hands.