Edwin Boyle began his career with Cetronia Ambulance Corps in 2007 as a Paratransit Associate while attending George E. Moerkirk Emergency Medical Institute in Allentown, PA to become an EMT. Edwin achieved his accreditation as a licensed EMT in 2008, and was later awarded a scholarship through Cetronia Ambulance Corps to attend the Reading Hospital School of Health Sciences to become a Paramedic, and graduated in 2011. In 2018, he was named Supervisor for the organization. Edwin went on to graduate with an associate degree in nursing from Excelsior College, NY in 2019 and passed his nursing boards in 2020.
As an active associate, Edwin has served as a Tactical Paramedic for the Eastern Pennsylvania Region II Tactical Emergency Medical Services team (TEMS) since 2014. EPA TEMS responds with the Lehigh County Municipal Emergency Response Team, Pennsylvania State Police Special Emergency Response Team, the City of Easton Special Emergency Response Team, and the Berks County Emergency Response Team. Edwin also received his certification from the National Parks Police for Counter Narcotics and Terrorism Operational Medical Support in 2016. In addition, he served as a Community Paramedic for Lehigh Valley’s Congestive Heart Failure Pilot Program from 2017-2018. Edwin was also instrumental in the creation of a Pathways to Success program, which is distributed to local high schools to get students involved in EMS.
In November 2020, Edwin was promoted once again to Director of Operations, and now manages 125 Advanced Life Support (ALS), Basic Life Support (BLS), and Paratransit Fleet associates while also providing direction and support to the Communications and Field Supervisors. He is charged with facilitating a customer-first organizational culture that respects the organization, its people, and its customers.
Edwin lives in New Tripoli, PA with his wife, Dr. Courtney Boyle – OB/GYN for Lehigh Valley Physician Group and his two children. In his free time, he enjoys camping, hunting, and archery sports. He also coaches his son’s wrestling, football, and T-Ball teams.