Executive Director of Integrated Health
Adam Heinz is the Executive Director of Integrated Health for REMSA in Reno, Nevada. Adam brings 18 years of emergency medical services experience to the organization. Adam joined REMSA as a paramedic and has also held the position of EMS Supervisor, Clinical Development Manager and Director of Clinical Communications. He is now responsible for advancing REMSA’s innovative mobile health care projects. Through collaboration with regional partners, regulatory representatives and elected officials, Adam represents the organization on a regional and national platform. In addition, Adam oversees REMSA’s clinical division and its Center for Prehospital Education. Adam is an alumnus of the University of Nevada Reno where he earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Currently, he is pursuing an MBA with an emphasis in healthcare leadership. In addition to being a Nationally Registered Paramedic (NRP), Adam is certified as a Nevada State EMS Instructor and as an Advanced Emergency Medical Dispatcher (AEMD). Currently, Adam serves on the Clinical Practices and Standards, and Mobile Integrated Health Committees of the National Association of EMS Physicians and was recently invited to be on the board of directors for Well Care Medical and Behavioral Health Clinic in Reno, Nevada.
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