Crozer Health EMS Leaders Graduate from Command and Leadership Academy
Crozer Health EMS Chief Bruce Egan and Assistant Chief Joseph O’Leary were recognized at the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police Command and Leadership graduation ceremony in East Windsor, NJ. Chief Egan and Assistant Chief O’Leary are the first Delaware County, PA hospital-based Paramedic EMS Chiefs to attend this intensive leadership course, which entails 16 weeks of out-of-class study and group work.
"I am so proud to work for Crozer Health,” said Chief Egan. “The organization is committed to supporting the EMS team with allowing for time to attend this intense professional development leadership course.”
The program’s curriculum was developed through the United States Military Academy at West Point in collaboration with highly experience law enforcement practitioners and specialists who have tailored the content to public safety. The program studies leadership as a science with logic, critical thinking, leadership theory and methodology.
Assistant Chief O’Leary was awarded an Excellence in Education Award for the highest GPA in Region 5 (West Chester, PA).