Monthly Archives: November 2014

Armstrong Knows No Borders

Charlie Speziale, a friend of Armstrong medic, Eric Layton, is participating in a mission trip to the Dominican Republic with International Nursing Incorporated, (INI). INI will be bringing medical services to extremely rural areas where men, women and children are in dire need of basic care. As each clinician traveling is responsible for providing supplies, we were  more than happy to assist with a donation of items. We wish all of the INI members a safe and impacting trip and applaud their selflessness and dedication.

Pictured are Armstrong’s Support Services Manager, Phil Reid, Director of Logistics and Planning, Jeff Scafidi and Charlie Speziale of INI.

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Helping Henry

Armstrong was recently notified about Henry, a young boy who has undergone significant renal surgery. Henry idolizes EMS, so his family (former EMS workers themselves) is asking for pictures of ambulance/police/fire employees with a special banner for Henry. We are glad to brighten this brave kid’s day!

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Help Homeless Veterans Stay Warm This Winter-Coat and Blanket Drive

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”

-John F. Kennedy

Bill Armstrong was a WWII Veteran and we are very proud of his service to our great country. In his honor, and the honor of all Veterans, Armstrong Ambulance will be supporting a coat and blanket drive which will benefit The New England Center for Homeless Veterans in Boston.

Designated Armstrong Bases* will have a collection bin for collecting new or gently used blankets and adult coats. We respectfully ask that you consider making a donation to such a worthy cause. The drive will run from Monday, November 10th to Sunday, November 30th .

Armstrong will also pick up any donations at a facility or place of business. Simply contact us at or 781-859-1314, to request a pick up.

We greatly appreciate your consideration and hope that you will help us keep homeless Veterans warm this winter.

*Base locations: (please note: if crews are out on calls when you arrive at the base, kindly leave your items outside the base door. They will be brought inside to the collection bin as soon as a crew returns to quarters).


87 Mystic Street


217 Middlesex Turnpike

(Entrance is around the back)


32 Summer Street


70 Union Street


487 Washington Street


10 Micro Drive

(Entrance is around the back)


Thank you for your support and


for your dedication, loyalty and service to our country.

Ext newsletter vets