The Regional Emergency Medical Service Authority (REMSA Health) last month announced the recent hiring of A.C. Bowolick to the role of Education Manager, overseeing the nonprofit’s Center for Integrated Health and Community Education.
Bowolick will oversee delivery of state and federal curriculum for emergency and advanced emergency medical technicians (EMTs/AEMTs) and paramedics, as well as healthcare provider recertification classes and public education courses such as CPR, according to a Sept. 29 press release.
“REMSA Health’s paramedic program, which prepares candidates for a career in emergency medical services, has one of the highest National Registry pass rates in the nation, a true testament to the value the program provides to the industry and the community,” Bowolick said in a statement. “Ultimately, this is what attracted me to the role with the company and I am eager to contribute to, and expand on, this success for the future of out-of-hospital healthcare.”
Prior to joining REMSA Health, Bowolick worked as a paramedic and special programs coordinator for Campbell County Health in Gillette, Wyoming. He brings more than 14 years of instruction and education delivery experience to the organization, as well as 17 years of public safety experience.
He has served as a paramedic and firefighter lieutenant and worked in several law enforcement capacities. In addition, he played a critical role in launching Campbell County Health’s Wildland Medical Program and was a member of their inaugural Tactical Emergency Medical Services (TEMS) team. He earned his undergraduate degree and MBA from the University of Phoenix.