Staff


Stephen McDonald,  NREMT, I/C

Program Director
smcdonald@newenglandemsed.com
978-451-4252 Ext. 101

As a Massachusetts certified EMS instructor, Stephen has been training EMTs for several years in a variety of settings, including Police and Fire Departments, and Colleges. He also teaches public classes in CPR, EMT-Basic, Basic Trauma Life Support, refresher and continuing education classes for EMS providers.  If you have any questions please do not hesitate to email Stephen.

Mary Biedron, NREMT
Instructor
mbiedron@newenglandemsed.com
978-451-4252 Ext. 102

Mary is a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician, and currently works full time as EMT for a private ambulance company in the Merrimack Valley area. Mary has been working in pre-hospital emergency services for the past six years as a provider, field-training officer and instructor.

Andrew Rasmussen, NRAEMT
Instructor
arasmussen@newenglandemsed.com
978-451-4252 Ext. 103

Andrew is a Nationally Registered Advanced Emergency Medical Technician, and currently works full time as an AEMT for a private ambulance company in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Andrew has been working in pre-hospital emergency services for seven years as a provider in both 911 and transfer settings. Andrew was also one of the first providers to obtain both New Hampshire and Massachusetts state AEMT licenses.


William A. Stuart, MD
Program  Medical Director
medical.director@newenglandemsed.com
978-451-4252 Ext. 104

New England EMS Educators is proud to announce that Dr. William Stuart has become our program Medical Director. William A. Stuart, M.D. is a graduate of the University of Maryland Medical School and completed an internship at University Hospital in Baltimore before completing his Family Practice Residency at Harvard University in 1974; at which time he was an instructor at Harvard Medical School. He was Director of the Emergency Room at McNeal Memorial Hospital in Berwyn Illinois from 1974 through 1975, at which time he was an Associate Professor at The University of Illinois Medical School. He returned to Massachusetts in 1976, and was Director of the Emergency Room at Hale Hospital for two years before practicing Emergency Medicine in Lowell; initially at St. Josephs Hospital and at Saints Medical Center until June of 2008. He is currently licensed in Massachusetts and a Diplomate of The American Board of Emergency Medicine.