Nicole Dugan promoted to the senior management team
November 19, 2019 | Category: Press Releases
Nicole Dugan has recently been promoted to serve as Cetronia Ambulance Corps’ Director of Education on the senior management team. She started her career at Cetronia Ambulance Corps as a part-time Paramedic in December 2018.
Dugan has an extensive Emergency Medical Service’s background dating back to 1990 where she worked as an Emergency Medical Technician and Administrative Assistant with a few Central Pennsylvania ambulance companies. Dugan has worked not only in the trenches of the field, but also has a comprehensive knowledge of billing, quality and education in emergency medical services. She has an Associate’s Degree in Allied Health from Harrisburg Area Community College where she has recently finished her tenure as an instructor for their emergency services program. She is a Nationally Registered Paramedic graduating from the Reading Paramedic Institute in 2007.
In addition to her National Registry Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic certification she also holds certifications in Emergency Medical Services Vehicle Operations, is a PA Emergency Medical Services Instructor, American Heart Association Basic Life Support Provider/Instructor, American Heart Association Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider/Instructor, American Heart Association Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Provider/Instructor, Tactical Emergency Casualty Care, Tactical Medical Practitioner, International Trauma Life Support, and is a PA Fire Service Instructor I. She completed her studies through the University of Maryland Baltimore County Critical Care Paramedic Program.
“Nicole brings such an extensive background to this position. It is our goal to expand upon our educational opportunities for the general public in order to attract more people toward positions within the EMS field. There has been a shortage of qualified EMTs and Paramedics for a very long time and through quality training programs and opportunities, we hope to change the stigma placed on these careers. Cetronia has been a leader in the industry since 1955 and as we look to expand, we felt that Nicole was excellently suited for this endeavor,” said Larry Wiersch, CEO Cetronia Ambulance Corps.
Nicole resides in Lebanon County with her husband, David.