Meet the Team

We are a close-knit group of seasoned EMS experts who take immense pride in serving our community. Our customer-focused team comprises diverse and experienced people whoindividually and as a companybring unique sets of talent to everyone and every community Brewster Ambulance serves.

George Brewster and Mark Brewster

George Brewster and Mark Brewster

Mark Brewster and George Brewster, Jr. grew up working at the original Brewster Ambulance under the leadership of their father. By 1993, Mark was an operations supervisor for the company—managing the daily operations for 45 ambulances and 170 crew members in Brewster Ambulance’s South Division with three 911 systems. George became an operations supervisor for our Boston Division supervising and managing the day to day operations for multiple 911 systems and for more than 50 ambulances with over 225 crew members.

This leadership and expertise, combined with the energy and capability of the Brewster Ambulance team, enables Brewster Ambulance Service to provide diverse skill sets and coverage to each community, healthcare organization and care facility we serve.


Executive Team

Mark Brewster
President & CEO

mark@brewsterambulance.com

George Brewster, Jr.
Vice President & COO

georgejr@brewsterambulance.com

Mark Brewster and George Brewster, Jr. grew up working at the original Brewster Ambulance under the leadership of their father. By 1993, Mark was an operations supervisor for the company—managing the daily operations for 45 ambulances and 170 crew members in Brewster Ambulance’s South Division with three 911 systems. George became an operations supervisor for our Boston Division supervising and managing the day to day operations for multiple 911 systems and for 50 ambulances with over 225 crew members.

George Brewster, Sr.

george@brewsterambulance.com


Leadership Team

Chris DiBona
Director, Clinical Performance

cdibona@brewsterambulance.com

Chris oversees clinical development, quality assurance, education and research associated with pre-hospital medicine. He has over twenty years of pre-hospital care and clinical experience and was part of the original Brewster Ambulance team. After moving to Denver, Colorado, to deepen his experience with a career in EMS, he returned to Massachusetts and worked for multiple non-transport, hospital-based advanced life support services along the south shore.

Chris also worked for ten years with Boston MedFlight as a flight paramedic and was previously the Tactical Medical Element Leader for the Metropolitan Law Enforcement Council, Quincy Police Marine Unit, and the FBI Boston SWAT Advanced Life Support Division. Chris is a graduate of Northeastern University and has extensive training in Advanced Trauma Life Support and Fundamentals of Critical Care Support for adult and pediatric patients.

Danny Thomas
Director, Quality Assurance

dannyt@brewsterambulance.com

Danny has 25 years of experience in the public safety arena. He was an EMT/ FTO and Operations Supervisor for the original Brewster Ambulance. Danny also spent 17 years with the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department as a Deputy in the Enforcement Unit.

After the sale of Brewster Ambulance, Danny held several administrative and operational positions with Boston MedFlight and has now returned as Director, Quality Assurance, for Brewster Ambulance Service. Danny is a Certified Medical Transport Executive and an AHA CPR instructor. Danny’s clinical interests include geriatric trauma prevention and community-based health initiatives.


Operations and Communications Team

Lorna Venere
Operations Manager, Division 1

lorna@brewsterambulance.com

Lorna Ross has worked for over 25 years in emergency medical services. Lorna started her career with Reardon Ambulance in 1987; a division of Brewster Ambulance Service. Over the years, she accelerated her EMS career from field provider to communications manager, operations manager and marketing.

Lorna graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in Business Management, a minor in marketing and several certificates in specialized Human Resource Management and Labor Relations. After the sale of Brewster Ambulance, Lorna continued to work with American Medical Response in the Maine, New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts markets. She pursued her career in Business Development and Public Relations until she returned to Boston and worked as a consultant for a smaller ambulance company implementing their strategic business plan.

Lorna served as a volunteer for several women’s crisis centers in Southern New Hampshire as a leader of peer support groups, and helped many women and their children start a new life by achieving goals, teaching life skills and empowering them to live independently. She also served on several local advocacy groups for elder services and disability rights. In 2010, Lorna rejoined the Brewster Ambulance Management Team and came back to the roots of her EMS career. Lorna currently oversees Brewster Ambulance Boston Operations.

 

Jeff Begin
Director of Operations, Southeast Massachusetts

Jeff started his career with Brewster Ambulance Service in 2015 with professional and personal growth at the forefront of his decision. Jeff has been a staple in the Southeast Massachusetts EMS community for over 25 years with extensive experience as a clinician combined with the management of a high-volume ambulance fleet encompassing both emergent and non-emergent care and transport. Jeff is an active member of numerous EMS committees and advisory boards. He also lends a hand to his hometown ambulance provider while functioning as a Field Supervisor for the Swansea Ambulance Corps. Jeff brings with him deep knowledge of his operational area which comprises Middleboro, Taunton, Attleboro and the south coast areas.

 

Kim Cordeiro
Director of Operations, Brockton Base

kimr@brewsterambulance.com

Kim joined Brewster Ambulance in 2010 as an EMT Basic in Boston. She later moved into Brewster Ambulance's dispatch center and was promoted to dispatch supervisor and later to dispatch manager. Kim was responsible for adding new dispatchers, new equipment and dispatch-related duties. She received her APCO Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) certification and also received her APCO EMD instructor certification to train other dispatchers how to answer 911 calls and certify Brewster dispatchers for the state. Kim moved into the Director of Operations role at the West Chestnut base in Brockton in January 2016 and handles everything from payroll, to staffing, to managing the partnership with the Brockton Fire Department.

Kim attended Curry College in Milton for Criminal Justice. Prior to Brewster Ambulance Kim got her EMT license and was part time at Fallon Ambulance and full time with Lowe's Home Improvement Loss Prevention.


Business Development and Community Relations Team

Peter Zampine
Director, Business Development

pzampine@brewsterambulance.com

Peter has been in a leadership role in the printing industry for close to 30 years, owning and building the largest privately-held company in the Northeast. His role as Senior Vice President/Owner included managing more than 35 sales representatives located nationwide, and he also managed 350 employees at six different facilities operating 24-hours-a-day, six-days-a-week.

After the sale of his company, Peter became the Director of Business Development. He leads the business development team and streamlines communications between our clients and operations.


Administration Team

Susan Sullivan
Billing Manager

sue@brewsterambulance.com

Sue was also part of the original Brewster Ambulance team, starting out as a Certified EMT and moving into administrative services in the billing department, eventually to the role of Billing Supervisor. She returned to Brewster after similar yet diverse roles with the Boston Red Sox, Sennett Limousine and South Shore Hospital in 2010, and is now the current Billing Manager at Brewster.