Co-Owner & President
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As President and Co-founder of Trinity E.M.S., John is actively involved in day-to-day operations and community enrichment. With a strong commitment for community service, John leads by example, serving on numerous Boards and Committees throughout the Greater Merrimack Valley, including the Massachusetts Ambulance Association, Merrimack Valley Hospice House, YMCA of Greater Lowell, Big Brother and Big Sister of Haverhill, Alzheimer’s Association, Yankee Clipper Council, March of Dimes Walk, Kidsfest in Haverhill, Lowell Transitional Living Center and Merrimack Valley Food Bank. Born and raised in Tewksbury, John is a graduate of Holy Cross.
Co-Owner & Executive Vice President
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With over 30 years in the EMS industry, Gary founded Trinity with John in 1991. Starting with one ambulance, they have worked to grow Trinity to over 250 employees across a 70 vehicle fleet. The two continue to work hand in hand, delivering exceptional care throughout the Merrimack Valley.
With an extensive background in emergency care and training, Gary has a strong clinical understanding that drives his leadership approach. In 1977 he was the youngest CPR instructor for the Lowell chapter of the American Red Cross, where he currently serves on the Board of Directors.
Director of Business Development & Marketing
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Chris first joined Trinity in 1991 as a wheel chair van driver. After moving on to a successful career in the financial industry, Chris returned to Trinity in 2007 as Director of Business Development and Marketing. With deep roots in Greater Lowell, Chris is a founding Executive Board Member of the Young Professionals of Greater Lowell and serves on the Board of Directors for the YMCA of Greater Lowell and Greater Lowell Workforce Investment Board. Chris is a graduate of Tewksbury High School and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business/Hospitality Management from Johnson and Wales University in Rhode Island.
Director of Operations
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Rick started at Trinity in 1996 as a chair van driver. He continued to develop his skills, becoming certified as an EMT-Basic. In 2001, he was promoted to a supervisor and dispatcher, and in 2005 to his current role as Director of Operations. Rick holds a degree from Middlesex Community College in Criminal Justice.
Director of Clinical Services and Education
Kirk Brigham has over 20 years of experience working in EMS, the last 10 as an EMS educator. He was hired in 2008, promoted to Director of Clinical Services in mid-2014. He is the Training Center Coordinator overseeing 100 CPR instructors and ensuring course quality. Currently, Kirk is working towards obtaining his Massachusetts Instructor Coordinator certification.
Director of Account Receivable & Governmental Affairs
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With more than 21 years of medical billing experience, 15 at Trinity, Robin specializes in medical terminology and coding. Robin is also a Member of the Medical Administrative Activities Billing and Healthcare Committee.
Director of Communications & IT Affairs
Jon started his career with Trinity in 1996. Today, he manages the Command Center, runs the GIS (Geographic Information System) department and oversees the EMD (Emergency Medical Dispatcher) system while constantly monitoring available data to implement system improvements.
Also a certified EMT, Jon has been a topic presenter at various industry events. In 1998 he was named the NorthEast EMS Region 3 EMS Dispatcher of the Year. Jon served as a Military Policeman with the Massachusetts Army National Guard from 1990 to 1996. He also holds a degree from UMass Lowell in Criminal Justice.
Drew is the Fleet Director for Trinity EMS. Drew has over 25 years of light and heavy duty fleet experience and holds certifications as an ASE Master Auto & Diesel mechanic, an Emergency Vehicle Technician Master Ambulance, and a Ferno CotCare Technician. Drew is a graduate of Universal Technical Institute (UTI) and is the Co-Chair of the Massachusetts Ambulance Associations Fleet Maintenance Committee. Drew is a regular speaker at both federal and state industry conferences and consults frequently with many of the ambulance manufacturers to improve new ambulance design.