Adam Rembisz, MSN, MBA


“You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take” -Wayne Gretzky

Adam is a manager in BNN’s Business and Technology Advisory Practice. He offers more than twenty years of experience in the healthcare industry, where he began his career as an emergency medical technician (EMT) and nurse before transitioning to operational roles. Prior to joining BNN, Adam served as Vice President of Operations at a large New Hampshire-based hospital. His career history provides a unique perspective and guides his patient and staff centered approach to continuous process improvement, education, and team development. 

 At BNN, Adam focuses on both healthcare and non-healthcare project management. Clients turn to him for help with governance structure, system selection and optimization, vendor management, and process redesign. Internally, Adam is focused on growing BNN’s healthcare industry team to continue to deliver high quality comprehensive healthcare advisory including revenue cycle, enterprise risk/operational assessments, system selection and implementation, and IT roadmap strategy services.   

Adam received a bachelor’s degree in biology from St. Michael’s College, a master’s degree in nursing from University of New Hampshire, Magna Cum Laude, and a master’s degree in business administration with a focus on healthcare administration from Rivier University, Summa Cum Laude.

Three Things You Don’t Know About Me:

  • I have 3 children, a daughter and identical twin boys.
  • I love golfing.
  • My favorite football team is the NY Giants.

Business Activities: 

HCA Leadership Institute Academy Sept 2022- March 2023 

Leadership Seacoast- Class of 2022 

Member, North New England HFMA 

Volunteer/Service Activities: 

Killingworth Ambulance Association 2004-2006 EMT-Basic 

Saint Michael’s Rescue 2005-2009 EMT-Intermediate 


2018- Partners in Excellence Award- Patient repatriation project with Elliot Hospital and Mass General 

Eagle Scout 


Kamine,T.H., Rembisz, A., Barron, R.J., Baldwin, C., Kromer, M (2020). Decrease in Trauma Admissions with COVID-19 Pandemic. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 21(4), 819-822.