Mark Bruning, who worked for Americal Medical Response for three decades, including overseeing the Colorado Springs operation through a complete revamping of how medical transport is handled in the 1990s, will be leaving the Greenwood Village-based company.
The AMR website reports Bruning's departure this way:
EMSC CEO William A Sanger today announced the departure of AMR president Mark Bruning. EMSC is the parent company of AMR, a provider of emergency medical transportation services. Sanger said Bruning will continue to serve as an adviser to the company.
The Denver Business Journal reports his last day is Monday.
Bruning served for four years as president of the company and survived an ownership change in recent years.
Here's the bio from the company's website:
Mr. Bruning is responsible for leading the successful implementation of AMR's strategic and operational initiatives company wide. His direct reports include AMR's regional chief executive officers and other key AMR executive and support staff. Previously, Mr. Bruning served as Chief Operating Officer of AMR's Central Division where he was widely acclaimed for his efforts to improve and streamline customer service at the local level. Involved in EMS for more than 24 years, Mr. Bruning has worked as a paramedic, supervisor and a variety of operational leadership positions including vice president in the company. He holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. He has served as the President of the Emergency Medical Services Association of Colorado (EMSAC). In 2005, he was awarded the Peg Hamilton award by the EMSAC Board of Directors for outstanding service to the Association and its members.
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