FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 6, 2014
WATERVILLE, Maine—On Friday, October 31, Delta Ambulance recognized paramedic Paul Mathieu on 40 years of service. Beginning at Delta in 1974, Mathieu started as a first responder and recalls that the nonprofit operated only two ambulances. Today, Delta operates 17 ambulances from three stations serving the residents of central Maine.
Delta Ambulance hosted a celebration in honor of Mathieu’s service for Delta employees, family, and friends at the nonprofit’s headquarters in Waterville.
“It’s people like Paul who truly make the care Delta patients receive in central Maine exceptional,” said Delta Executive Director, Tim Beals. “I am so grateful for Paul’s dedication and years of service. He makes Delta a better place.”
Mathieu is a resident of Oakland.
To learn more about Delta, visit DeltaAmbulance.org.
Delta Ambulance, founded in 1972, is the leading provider of high quality, compassionate emergency services and medical transportation in central Maine. Our superior training, experience and state-of-the-art medical technologies set us apart from other ambulance services. Every Delta employee exceeds state and federal licensing requirements, and all Delta emergency response teams include at least one paramedic. These high standards have enabled us to achieve numerous life-saving benchmarks including a cardiac arrest reversal rate well above the state average. To learn more, visit DeltaAmbulance.org.