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Mission statement

It is the mission of the Emergency Medical Service Division of the Boston Police
Patrolmen’s Association to enforce and enhance the benefits and rights of its members. The EMTs, Paramedics, Lieutenants, and Captains of this Union stand unwaveringly committed to protect, treat, and transport the residents and visitors of the City of Boston. This Union stands steadfast, ready to protect them.

We represent 400 of the hardest working men and women in the city of Boston. Courageously responding to over 125000 calls for service a year. This includes calls for injuries, illness, homicides, childbirth, and everything in between.

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Our Leadership

Michael MacNeil
Michael MacNeil
President, BPPA EMS Division
Paramedic with 13 Years of Service with Boston EMS Current Assignment: Paramedic 2 in Roxbury with previous assignments to Ambulance 3 in Mattapan and Ambulance 4 in the South End before being promoted to Paramedic.
Ryan Hickey
Ryan Hickey
Vice President, BPPA EMS Division

EMT with Boston EMS from 2007 to 2014
Promoted to Paramedic in 2014

Current assignment:
Paramedic 2 in Roxbury with a previous assignment in Ambulance 16 serving the Back Bay, Jamaica Plain and Roxbury before being promoted to the rank of Paramedic.

Mark Irvine
Mark Irvine
Secretary, BPPA EMS division

EMT with Boston EMS since 2015

Current assignment:
Ambulance 17 in Roslindale with a previous assignment in Ambulance 19 serving Mattapan And Dorchester

Marc Steeves
Marc Steeves
Treasurer, BPPA EMS Division

EMT with 10 years of service with Boston EMS.
Currently assigned to Ambulance 1 downtown where he has been his whole career.

Alex Pendery
Alex Pendery
Legislative Aide, BPPA EMS Division

EMT with Boston EMS since 2014

Current assignment:
Ambulance 8 in Downtown Boston with a previous assignment to Ambulance 10 serving the South End and Roxbury

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