Rep. Rob Mercuri (R-Allegheny), Sen. Lindsey Williams (D-Allegheny) and local elected officials will attend a discussion about the critical needs facing ambulance companies in Pennsylvania. The event will highlight the need for the public’s involvement to ensure that emergency medical technicians (EMTs) are able to serve in the future.
Mercuri; Williams; Arvind Venkat, MD; Robert Burkley, executive director and chief financial officer, McCandless Franklin Park Ambulance Authority; Kim Zachary, council president, McCandless; Jim Hogg, council president, Franklin Park; Donald Huber, chair, McCandless Franklin Park Ambulance Authority Board; Doug Marisco, mayor, Bradford Woods; Julie Bastianini, town manager, Marshall Township; and Scott Anderson, town manager, Township of Pine.
Wednesday, May 19, from 2:30-2:45 p.m.
McCandless Franklin Park Ambulance Authority Headquarters located at 9925 Grubbs Road in Wexford
Rick Leiner, 717-497-8478, firstname.lastname@example.org
, Kim Kaufmann, 412-369-2230, email@example.com