Broadview Fire Department Donates Reserve Ambulance to Loyola EMS System


Broadview Fire Department Donates Reserve Ambulance to Loyola EMS System

Maywood, Illinois – The Broadview Fire Department has donated its reserve ambulance to the Loyola EMS System, enabling the organization to further its education of EMTs and Paramedics and foster the next generation of future leaders in emergency medical services.

This donation would not have been possible without the hard work of Robert Franciere, DNP, RN, CEN, TNS, PHRN, Loyola EMS System Coordinator, Joshua Hintz, A.A.S., CCEMT-P, EMT-P, Loyola EMS System Lead Instructor, and Mathew Martin, CFO, Broadview Fire Department Acting Fire Chief.

This act of generosity will allow the Loyola EMS System to continue the mission of providing top-notch care to their community by educating and training EMTs and Paramedics to the highest standards. The ambulance donation will also enhance the system’s ability to provide continuing education to already licensed healthcare professionals.

“We are incredibly grateful to the Broadview Fire Department for their ongoing collaboration and support,” said Oliver Boryszewski, BS, FP-C, C-NPT, CCEMT-P, PNCCT, NRP, EMT-P, Director of the Loyola EMS Paramedic Program and Critical Care Education Coordinator. “Their donation will help us provide our students with hands-on training and allow us to continue providing top-notch care to our community.”

The Loyola EMS System has a long history of providing exceptional emergency medical services training to Maywood, Illinois, and the surrounding areas and counties. Our commitment to excellence is reflected in our dedication to educating and training the next generation of emergency medical professionals.

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