In The News

January 16th, 2015


New London Hospital (NLH) is pleased to announce that Richard Riley has been named to the position of Manager for Ambulance and EMS Services.

Riley brings an extensive background in emergency response management to his new role. From 2009 to 2012, Riley served and cared for patients at NLH as a paramedic. He then went on to work as an Operations Supervisor at an International Medical and Security Evacuation Company until early 2014, at which time he returned to NLH as the Senior Paramedic for Ambulance Services.

As the Manager for Ambulance and EMS Services, Riley will be accountable for operational management and clinical leadership of the Ambulance/EMS team. He will be responsible for developing collaborative relationships with clinical leaders to model behaviors that encourage interaction and resource management between patient care areas. He will also work to build and maintain cooperative relationships with departments throughout the hospital as well as with external constituents to ensure the best delivery of services.

The New London Ambulance Service is an Advanced Life Support Service, staffing two ambulances daily and a third on call, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, serving seven towns in the Kearsarge Lake Sunapee Region.

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