Mr. Amich began his career working in an expanded scope of practice as a critical care paramedic. He provided direct patient care to sick and injured patients of all ages in community hospital emergency departments as well as verified trauma centers.
He transitioned into a leadership and administrative role where he led the operations of many hospital departments, including emergency services, interventional radiology and interventional cardiac labs, clinical laboratories, pathology, radiology, sleep health, and breast health. He also led central scheduling departments and outpatient clinics.
Mr. Amich’s ability to grow teams, as well as develop the business of his departments, made him a sought after speaker on local and national levels. He has lectured on leadership, team and culture building, and the Emergency Transportation and Labor Act (EMTALA) to physicians, nurses, mental health professionals, and law enforcement.
An avid student and teacher, Mr. Amich shares his insight and experience to develop future leaders through faculty positions in higher education. He is currently a doctoral student in the College of Graduate Health Sciences at A.T. Still University. He earned his MBA at Tiffin University where his area of concentration was Healthcare Administration.