EasCare Leadership

Mark Brewster

Mark Brewster
President & CEO


In 2016, Mark Brewster became President and Chief Executive Officer of EasCare Ambulance Service. Mark's primary goal is to put every patient's needs first and provide a high-quality care. He does this by building a high-performing team and equipping them with the best clinical supplies, technology and education in the industry.

In 2018, Mark Brewster was named Entrepreneur Of The Year by EY, New England Region. Read the full article on this prestigious recognition here.

George Brewster Jr.

George Brewster, Jr.
Vice President & COO


Since 2016, George Brewster Jr. has been the Vice President and Chief Operations Officer at EasCare Ambulance Service. George specializes in multiple aspects of ambulance service, but his true passion is for vehicles, maintenance, equipment and clinical supplies. George has built a diverse team with a solid foundation and runs a system within the company that ensures everything is functioning at peak performance.

George Brewster Sr.

George Brewster, Sr.


George Brewster, Sr. remains a senior advisor to both Mark, George Jr. and the leadership team, and continues to champion the family-focused team culture and quality patient care approach throughout the company.

Kim Cordeiro

Kim Cordeiro
Executive Manager


Kim joined the company in 2010 as an EMT Basic in Boston. She later moved into the Communications Center as a dispatcher and shortly thereafter, was promoted to Communications Supervisor and later to Communications Manager.

Kim is a certified EMT-B, APCO Emergency Medical Dispatcher, and an APCO Emergency Medical Dispatcher Instructor. Kim transitioned to Director of Operations, Brockton, in January 2016. As an operations manager, she handled every aspect of the division from personnel issues, commendations, discipline, quality assurance for all contracts within the division, scheduling, payroll, upholding standards, policies and procedures, and also maintained a strong working partnership with the Brockton Fire Department. Kim was promoted to Executive Manager in 2017.

Kim attended Curry College in Milton, majoring in Criminal Justice and minoring in psychology. She is also a certified substance abuse counselor.

Danny Thomas

Danny Thomas
East Operations Manager


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

Danny has held several administrative and operational positions with Boston MedFlight. 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.

Darrelle Harmon

Darelle Harmon
South Coast Operations Manager


Darelle started in EMS in 1994 with the company as an EMT-B and was based at the Hyde Park office in Boston. In 1998, Darelle was the fifth new hire at EasCare Ambulance Service. In 2000, he was promoted to BLS Field Supervisor for EasCare and received his paramedic certification in 2009. In 2013, he moved into EasCare's purchasing and procurement department.

In 2015, Darelle was promoted to ALS Coordinator for all of EasCare. He continued in that position until October 2017 when he was promoted to his current role as EasCare's South Coast Regional Manager, based in the Dartmouth office.

Jeff Cronin

Jeff Cronin
Director of Communications


Jeff oversees the 911 intake, EMS delivery, pre-arrival instructions, training and education associated with Emergency Medical Dispatch and non-emergency medical transportation requests. He has over 23 years of Emergency Medical Service experience. 

Between 1994 and 2018 Jeff served as an EMT, Emergency Medical Dispatcher, EMD Supervisor, EMD-Q Performance Improvement Manager, Operational Systems Controller, Communications Manager, Business Account Manager, Associate Director of Communications and Director of Communications.

Scott Cluett

Scott Cluett has over 29 years of pre-hospital experience providing care in many East Coast programs including the New York City Fire Department and Boston MedFlight. He is currently the Director of Clinical Services and also serves as the Director of Mobile Integrated Health.

He previously held Paramedic Coordinator, Operations Manager and Project Management roles at EasCare. He was one of the primary architects of the Mobile Integrated Health (MIH) program, which provides urgent care visits for high-acuity patients with extensive co-morbid factors. Scott is also a member of the research team working on a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute grant issued to the Mongon Health Policy Institute at Massachusetts General Hospital. The research team is conducting a three-year study on EasCare's deployment of community paramedics as part of the MIH program. Scott is very passionate about the MIH program and is steadily building relationships with new care partners.

Scott Cluett
Director of Clinical Performance

Keith Wilson

Keith Wilson
Director of Education


Keith’s primary responsibility is to oversee all educational services. Keith started his EMS career as part of the original team in the 90’s and has been in the industry for 25 years.

Keith also worked as a Paramedic for the City of Boston Emergency Medical Service and has spent many years providing EMS leadership in the fire service. Keith founded Comprehensive Medical Teaching Institute in 2009, a CAAHED-accredited EMS teaching company. 

Keith is a graduate of UMBC Critical Care Paramedicine Program, Cape Cod Community College and has also attended the University of Richmond’s Emergency Service Management Program. Keith holds multiple EMS teaching credentials, and he continues to provide guidance and leadership for all aspects of EMS education.

Joe Hughes

Joe Hughes


Joe Hughes has been in EMS with fire- and private-based services since 2003. He began his career with EasCare in 2012 and worked out of the Worcester garage and has over ten years of EMS experience. While at EasCare, Joe has held the following positions: Field Training Officer, Supervisor, ALS Coordinator and Mobile Integrated Health Supervisor.

In 2014, he completed Mobile Integrated Health training and became one of the first active MIH Paramedics in Massachusetts. He holds certifications as a Certified Community Paramedic (CP-C) with The International Board of Specialty Certification and EMT-P with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He has now assumed the role of Worcester Regional Manager.

Steve Doyle

Steve Doyle
Director of Information Technology


Steve oversees all aspects of Information Technology. His responsibilities include the planning, maintenance and performance of all data flow to and from our multiple communications centers and field units. Steve and his team look for ways to enhance critical infrastructure and integrate new and emerging technologies embraced by the company.

Steve began a career in EMS with Reardon Ambulance Service in Dorchester in the 1980’s and worked in communications, operations and management before transitioning to technology in the early 90’s. He joined EasCare Ambulance in 2000, managing their information systems. Steve holds a degree in Information Technology from the University of Massachusetts.

Rich Grondell

Rich Grondell
Director of Fleet Management


Rich joined the company in December, 2017, as the Director of Fleet Management. Rich has been in the automotive business for over 15 years. Rich’s expertise is in parts, service and structure of a successful maintenance program.

Rich started in the automotive and power sports industry at very young age working his way through the ranks and learning all of the different aspects within the dealerships always looking to learn and better himself. Prior to his current role, Rich was the service director for a large general motors dealership where he oversaw all workmanship and service facilities productivity.

Rich’s experience in the parts and service department gives him the ability to maintain proper inventory to ensure all units are able to be repaired in a timely manner. He is passionate about keeping vehicles and employees safe. Rich maintains an outstanding rapport with his employees which always leads to increased productivity, thoroughness, and willingness to perform any task requested.

Peter Hoare

Peter Hoare
Vice President of Marketing


Peter has spent almost 30 years working in EMS. He began as an EMT for Chaulk Ambulance Service in 1988 at their Boston location. In 1990, Peter was given the opportunity to learn the business side of EMS and was promoted to the position of Community Relations Manager. By 1994, he was promoted to the position of Vice President of Sales for Chaulk Ambulance. In 1996, Chaulk sold to American Medical Response and Peter was retained as Director of Business Development for the northeast territory. In 1998, Peter, along with several other long-time colleagues resigned from AMR to founded EasCare Ambulance Service where he has served as the Vice President of Marketing for the past 20 years.

Peter also serves on the Executive Board of Directors for the Massachusetts Ambulance Association and still practices as an EMT as a member of the Town of Essex Fire Department in Essex, MA.

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  • Boston—285 Hyde Park Avenue, Boston, MA 02130
  • Brockton16 Court Avenue, Brockton, MA 02301
  • Dartmouth—640 State Road North, Dartmouth, MA 02747
  • Hopedale—10 Charlesview Road, Hopedale, MA 01747
  • New Bedford2812 Acushnet Avenue, New Bedford, MA 02745
  • Norton394R Old Colony Road, Norton, MA 02766
  • Plymouth4 Natalie Way, Plymouth, MA 02360
  • Worcester140 Prescott Street, Worcester, MA 01605

EasCare Company History

On April 27, 1998, EasCare Ambulance Service launched operations in a small garage in south Boston with three ambulances and 18 employees. Over the course of 14 years, EasCare went on to establish itself as one of the Commonwealth’s largest emergency medical transportation provider with over 100 ambulances and 350 employees. In October 2012, EasCare was the first ambulance company in the Commonwealth permitted to deploy a community paramedicine program to treat patients in their homes.

Eascare was sold to Medevie EMS of Nova Scotia in 2012, and over time EasCare grew to employ over 550 employees with 160 vehicles serving the greater Boston area, the central and south coast regions of Massachusetts. On December 9th, 2016, EasCare was acquired by Brewster Ambulance Service. EasCare currently has eight locations, Plymouth, Jamaica Plain, Worcester, Brockton, New Bedford, North Dartmouth, Hopedale and Norton, employs more than 500 EMTs and paramedics and maintains a fleet of 100+ vehicles.

EasCare ambulance Worcester crew