Robert Reeder

Chief, EMS South Division, Crozer-Keystone Health System

“When not saving lives in Delaware County, Robert Reeder can be found in a classroom. Through a grant from the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation, Reeder and a small group of healthcare professionals have visited 130 hospitals in this state, New Jersey, Virginia and North Carolina. At Fort Bragg, they trained Army medics to treat soldiers serving in Afghanistan and Iraq. Reeder also trained local coaches on first aid, concussion and CPR. Just as rewarding was his work as a strike team/task force leader in the aftermath of Hurricanes Gustav and Sandy, when he helped oversee 25 ambulances.” 

—Deborah Love, RN, Crozer-Keystone Health System

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Robert Reeder

Robert Reeder

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