A Special Note…

WETHERSFIELD – In late August, Aetna Ambulance Service received a hand written letter addressed to Paramedic Matt Carter and EMT Eric Marandino. The note, as depicted below, is in regards to a transport completed a few weeks prior.


I am most pleased with the service that was provided. Thank God that this EMT/Paramedic was sent to my home that morning. The EMT/Paramedic [was able to] diagnose what I had before we left my home. I will forever be so thankful for the EMT/Paramedic who solved the mystery of what was affecting me. Please pass on this thankfulness to the one who took very good care of my health needs that day.

Kudos from the Cath Lab: Volume 8

Aetna Paramedic receives Kudos from the Cath LabHARTFORD — During August 2014, Aetna Paramedic Matthew Carter and his partner Kathryn Stewart, wirelessly transmitted a 12-lead EKG to Saint Francis Hospital, activating their cardiac catherization lab from the field.

“Another great job by your staff!! ”            – John Quinlavin, EMS Manager, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center.

Cath showed 100% LAD Lesion which was opened and stented.

STEMI Transmission 

ED Arrival 18:34 Sat
EKG Complete 18:37
Cath Lab Paged 18:17
Cath start 19:09
First PCI Time 19:17
Door to Balloon Time             43 Min
Mode of Arrival EMS Other EMS STEMI Alert Cath Lab Activated
EMS Agency Aetna Lifenet @ 18:13 Yes

Meet the Newest Members of the Aetna Team

Jordan S joins Aetna TeamHARTFORD — On January 6, 2012 three Paramedics and one EMT were added to the Aetna team. As part of our continued growth Aetna and ASM seek out only the best candidates. We look for employees who are focused on high-quality patient care, are team oriented and conduct themselves in a professional manner. During the orientation, employees learn about company philosophy and goals, quality assurance, and policies and procedures. Continue reading