K-N Helps Share the “Cetronia Story” with New Website

By Keenan-Nagle | May 29, 2019 | Category: News

Our agency was proud to partner with Cetronia Ambulance Corps in designing and launching its new interactive website at www.cetronia.org. It serves as the core of an integrated, data-driven communications and marketing strategy for the South Whitehall-based EMS and community health education leader. 

“Our service sectors of pre-hospital mobile care and community health education are evolving rapidly and we intend to stay ahead of the connectivity curve,” said Larry Wiersch, Cetronia’s president and CEO. “This new tool freshens our messaging, streamlines navigation, provides more nimble capabilities to keep content current on a daily basis, and is designed for scalable connectivity to all digital communication platforms as we continue to expand our value offerings and community reach.”

Cetronia is the Lehigh Valley region’s leader in EMS but the organization “provides so much more than emergency medical care and transport,” according to our agency President Michael C. Keenan.   “Cetronia is also a leading provider of health education for hundreds of our community members every year—from school kids learning CPR, up to advanced disaster training for municipal emergency response professionals,” he said. “Because of this excellence, in 2016 Cetronia was elected as the site for Pennsylvania’s first 4-year EMT/Paramedic apprenticeship program. More recently, Cetronia and Lehigh Valley Health Network have teamed up to provide Pennsylvania’s first Mobile Stroke Unit, a high-tech wonder of health on wheels to save brain function for stroke victims.

“These are amazing achievements on the front lines of health care and they are happening here in our own backyard,” Keenan said. “This new website will help share the many achievements and opportunities for involvement Cetronia provides for local families, businesses and social services .  All of us at Keenan-Nagle are proud to play a role in sharing the ‘Cetronia Story’ with our community and the world through up-to-the-minute messaging and digital connectivity.”

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