SCHENECTADY, NY—Mohawk Ambulance Service, the largest privately owned ambulance service in upstate New York, announced Nov. 21 changes to its senior leadership team.
Peter Tricchinelli has been promoted from supervisor to chief supervisor, Raymond Edwards has been promoted from EMT to supervisor, and Eric Keenan has been promoted from alternative transportation driver to alternative transportation supervisor.
“Peter, Raymond and Eric have played integral roles in their previous positions here at Mohawk Ambulance Service. These men are indispensable to our company and we are looking forward to their continued leadership,” said James P. McPartlon III, president, Mohawk Ambulance Service. “Please help me congratulate these gentlemen on their new roles.”
Mohawk Ambulance Service is the largest privately owned ambulance service in upstate New York. With more than 40 emergency response vehicles, Mohawk Ambulance Service provides basic life support and advanced life support services to the counties of Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer and Saratoga. Mohawk Ambulance Service employs more than 300 New York State-certified EMTs, critical care technicians and paramedics.