Nov 04, 2019 11:58 AM
Adam Loria
EMS in Calgary

Adam Loria graduated from (EMTP '05), that's one of the programs for which our Brian Larson was a Dean.  Adam says he always knew he wanted to help people in crisis and he pursued this passion with drive and dedication.  At 22, Loria had completed his education and was working on the front lines as a certified paramedic, helping people in distress and saving lives as a member of Alberta Health Services' EMS team.   In 2009, Loria was promoted to a new role on the front lines of emergency health care, taking a position as a Public Education Officer for Alberta EMS, Calgary. As the face of EMS, Loria reports on operational emergency events and delivers crucial information to the community regarding public safety.  During the Southern Alberta floods in 2013, Loria worked around the clock to ensure the public had the information they needed to stay safe during the crisis.  Loria also applies his passion for helping to the community at large, volunteering for the EMS Foundation, the Calgary Stampede Parade Committee, and in the past, the Paramedic Chiefs of Canada.  By 2014 Adam was named as Outstanding Young Alumnus by SAIT.