Narberth Ambulance operates a Physician responder unit, staffed by Board certified Emergency Medical Physicians. The vehicle is a 2008, Ford Expedition equipped with state of the art medical equipment. Narberth has four Physicians who rotate being on call to assist our ambulance crews with onsite medical direction, advanced field procedures and various additional clinical disciplines. These same Physicians provide advanced training to our clinical personnel under the leadership of Dr. Joe Bushra. To our knowledge, this is one of the only response units of its kind in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.



Joseph Bushra,MD, FAAEM, NREMT-P has been involved in EMS for more than 20 years. He serves as the Medical Director and Board of Director for Narberth Ambulance. He is employed as an attending physician and Lankenau Hospital Emergency Department.



James Rowley, MD, FAAEM has been involved in EMS for more than 25 years. He serves as an Assistant Medical Director for Narberth Ambulance. He works as an attending physician at Abington Memorial Hospital Emergency Department. James also serves on the Narberth Ambulance Board of Directors.



Alvin Wang, DO FAAEM NREMT-P has been actively involved with Narberth Ambulance for more than 18 years. While working as a paramedic at Narberth, Dr. Wang completed medical school at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and subsequently completed his training in Emergency Medicine at Temple University Hospital. He is board certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and Diplomate of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. In the prehospital arena, Dr. Wang has worked in rural, urban, and suburban settings as a Nationally Registered EMT-Paramedic and a critical care rotor-wing flight paramedic. Alvin also serves as the Medical Director for the Montgomery County Department of Public Safety, a federal medical officer for the PA-4 Disaster Management Assistance Team, and medical director the Bucks County South SWAT team & Haverford Police Tactical Response Team. He resides in Penn Valley with his wife and 2 young children.



Danielle Levine, MD, started with Narberth Ambulance as a volunteer EMT in 2012. She continued her volunteer efforts while attending medical school as well as during her post-graduate residency training at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Born and raised in Monmouth County, NJ, Dr. Levine’s interest in EMS began at a young age. She started as a volunteer with her hometown’s first aid squad, where she completed an EMT course in 2003. She received a Bachelor of Science degree from Brown University in 2009. She then moved to Philadelphia for a career as a high school biology teacher, simultaneously receiving her Masters of Education from Arcadia University in 2011. Levine went on to graduate from Sidney Kimmel Medical College with her medical degree in 2017. Next, she completed a residency in emergency medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in 2020, followed by a fellowship in EMS at Yale-New Haven Hospital in 2021. In addition to holding the position with Narberth Ambulance, Dr. Levine currently works as an emergency medicine attending physician at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.