LEADERSHIP

The Leadership at NDP EMS is a unique blend of individuals who represent the dynamic, committed and responsible core of our organization. NDP EMS is dedicated to providing high quality, sustainable services to the community at large. 

Edward Murray, Paramedic

President & Chief Executive Officer

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Mark Browne, Paramedic

Vice President, Director of Operations

Bruce Heath, Paramedic

Director of Human Resources

I originally earned an Associate's Degree in Communications from Springfield Technical Community College in Springfield Mass.  From there I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from Emerson College in Boston, Mass.  One day, I found myself first on scene of a tour bus accident with injured people.  As a reporter for a local radio station I was unable to properly help the injured.  After reflecting on this incident I decided to go into EMS and took my first EMT class in 1987 at Northeastern University in Boston, Mass.  In 1990 I decided to elevate my education again and received my Paramedic Credentials from Dutchess County Community College.  I worked for Sloper-Willen Community Ambulance in Wappinger's Falls.  I was promoted to Director of Operations until the company was closed.  That is when I found my home at NDP.  I started as a Shift Supervisor and now reprise my role as the Human Resources Director.

Sandi Christensen

Business Manager

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Kyle Eighmy, EMT

Director of Business Development and Public Relations

I have been in the fire and emergency services for 34 years.  In that time I have held the ranks of Lieutenant, Captain, Assistant Chief and currently holding the position of Chief in the Rhinebeck Fire Department.  I came to NDP in 2008 for the position of Marketing and Business Development.  After a few years of employment I became an EMT.  To this day I share the roles of EMT and Marketing splitting my time between the road and office.  Being involved in Emergency Services has always been my passion due to my love of helping others.

Sal Mauro, Paramedic

Director of Training & Education

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Cristi Stelmach, EMT

Scheduling Supervisor

I have been in Emergency Services as an EMT for 22 years.  I ended up in Fire and EMS when I was 19 years old.  We had a horrible house fire and I was just amazed watching all of these strangers risk their lives running into my house.  I joined West Clinton the following month.  In 2009 I resigned from my Dutchess County job and applied at NDP so that I could spend time with my family at home.  I initially started as a dispatcher within the company.  Within a year I started to split my time between being on the road as an EMT and dispatching.  In 2010 I obtained my CPR instruction Certificate.  In 2014 I was asked to take over the Scheduling Coordinator position and in 2016 I was promoted to Scheduling Supervisor.  I will forever be grateful to NDP for all of my opportunities and for allowing me to spend so much time with my family.

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FIELD SUPERVISORS

Thomas W. Stark, III, Paramedic

Operations Supervisor

Andrea Downs, Paramedic

Operations Supervisor

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Kenneth Martin, Paramedic

Operations Supervisor

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Christopher Burton, Paramedic

Field Supervisor

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