August 29th, 2016

Sarah Jolly Joins Cetronia Ambulance Corps Board of Trustees

Sarah M. Jolly was recently appointed to the Cetronia Ambulance Corps Board of Trustees. As a trustee, Jolly with work with fellow volunteer community and business leaders to ensure that the organization’s services, community outreach initiatives, and strategic goals are in line with its non-profit community mission and values.

A member of Gross McGinley’s Business Services Group, Sarah enjoys sharing her business knowledge with clients and the non-profits she is a part of, including the Miracle League of the Lehigh Valley.

Cetronia Ambulance Corps, a 501C3 Non- profit Corporation, provides emergency and non-emergency ambulance care and transportation, community educational services and medical paratransit transportation, covering 150 square miles of the Lehigh Valley. The Corps maintains the only High Performance EMS System in the state, which allows the organization to provide the highest level of quality patient care by reducing response times and improving pre-hospital care and medical transportation. Cetronia is Nationally Accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS), a level that less than .01% of ambulance services in the nation have achieved and the only one in the Eastern Pennsylvania region.

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