PRN Ambulance has recently promoted four of its team members to new positions with the company. Bradford Adkins, Daniel Rowse, Jessie Celis and Eric Lundberg each moved into a management or supervisory role, receiving their much-deserved promotions after years of service to PRN and emergency medical services.
Bradford Adkins, Operations Manager: Bradford Adkins earned a promotion to Operations Manager for PRN Ambulance, moving to the position from his role as PRN’s Station Manager in Glendale. Brad came to PRN in January 2016 with nearly three decades of EMS experience and his first role with the company was as an EMT.
Brad has held numerous managerial positions in EMS, which has been invaluable to PRN operations. His accomplishments over the years include exemplary clinical performance reviews, commendations from several political constituents, and a Medal of Valor in 2014 for his teamwork, training and bravery exhibited during an active shooter incident. For more than a decade, Brad has also given back to the community in his free time, volunteering as an EMT Sheriff Air Medic.
Daniel Rowse, Field Manager: PRN Ambulance promoted Daniel Rowse to a Field Manager position. An EMT for the past 15 years, Daniel joined PRN in April 2008 and his since earned roles as Field Training Officer and Officer of the Day. In addition to serving at PRN for nearly a decade, Daniel has served as a Clinical EMT Instructor as well as a Volunteer Instructor for the American Red Cross teaching classes on CPR and first aid.
Jessie Celis, Training Supervisor: PRN Ambulance selected its newest Training Supervisor, naming Jessie Celis to the integral Training Department position. Jessie originally joined PRN in 2012 as an EMT, but has since added ample EMS experience to her resume including her current work with UCLA Center for Prehospital Care as a Clinical Instructor for programs such as PHTLS, ACLS, PALS and Paramedic.
After learning the ropes as an EMT for one year, Jessie earned a promotion to Field Training Officer and Officer of the Day. She later completed the UCLA Paramedic Education Program in 2015, subsequently moving to a Paramedic role with PRN. In addition to her work with PRN, Jessie spent time as an FTO, EMT and Supervisor at Emergency 1 Response and gained special event experience as Health & Safety Manager for Insomniac Events. She also serves as a Proctor for the National Registry and travels to countries such as Costa Rica, Panama and Ecuador as an Exam Representative for the International Paramedic Registry.
Eric Lundberg, Communications Supervisor: Eric Lundberg received a promotion to Communications Supervisor, a key position in the company’s communications center, which dispatches ambulances throughout PRN’s area of operation covering Los Angeles and Orange Counties.
Eric started in EMS as an EMT in 2007 and quickly moved his way up to an Field Training Officer. He joined PRN in March 2015 as an EMT and transferred into the Communications Department in January 2016. Eric recently graduated from California State University, Northridge with a BS in Health Administration. Eric’s combined knowledge in EMS and educational background is a great fit for the position.