Chief, Emergency Medical Services Division
Chief Mark R. Logemann, NRP was appointed to the New Castle County Emergency Medical Service in 1995. He was enrolled in the Medical Center of Delaware Paramedic Training Program and graduated in 1996.
Chief Logemann served as the EMS Division Public Information Officer (PIO) from 2000 to 2003. He has also served as a Field Training Officer for the EMS Division. He was promoted to the rank of Paramedic Corporal in 2004, and was subsequently promoted to the rank of Paramedic Sergeant in 2009 and to the rank of EMS Lieutenant in 2013. He was promoted to the rank of EMS Captain in August 2015, and to EMS Assistant Chief in December 2015, where he served as Commander of both Operations Branch and Special Operations/Administration Branch during his tenure. Chief Logemann was appointed Acting Chief of Emergency Medical Services in October of 2019. Chief Logemann was appointed to his current position in July of 2020 by New Castle County Executive Matthew Meyer.
Chief Logemann is a graduate of the University of Delaware, where he holds a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice. He is also a graduate of the West Point Command and Leadership program conducted through the New Jersey Association of Chiefs of Police.
Chief Logemann has received several official commendations, including three Distinguished Unit Citations, a tribute from the New Castle County Council, a Pre-hospital Sudden Cardiac Arrest Save Citation, and a Unit Letter of Commendation.