Sherrie Hinz, R.N., E.M.S.R.N.: Biography
Sherrie Hinz is a trained critical care nurse who works on the ground and in the air. She is a critical care nurse at Valley Hospital Medical Center in Las Vegas, Nevada and a critical care fixed-wing nurse for Med Flight Air Ambulance. The mother of one child, Isaac, she also works as the marketing program facilitator for Med Flight Air Ambulance.
Hinz's community involvement includes volunteering for the Payback program, which promotes the medical profession among middle school children; and leading education sessions for SISTA to SISTA, which promotes HIV/AIDS risk-reduction to women of color in the lower socioeconomic community.
In 2002, Hinz received the Rose Award from the Professional Black Women's Association, and she was a 2002 nominee for Nurse of the Year in ICU. She is a member of the Southern Nevada Black Nurses Association, the Wildlife Federation and Nature Conservationists.
Hinz received an associate's degree in applied sciences from the Community College of Southern Nevada in 1995. She participates in continuing education courses to further develop her critical care skills.
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