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Alumni Spotlight

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This is one of many spotlights about Badin graduates and their successes in life.

Jeremy Heinrich, '99 is the Manager of Rehabilitation Services at Mercy Health, Fairfield Hospital and Regional Lead of Rehabilitation Services, Mercy Health, Cincinnati Region. He has a Bachelor of Science- Summa cum Laude from Miami University ’03, a Master of Physical Therapy from Mount St. Joseph University ’06 and a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Shenandoah University ’10. Jeremy began his work as a physical therapist at Mercy Health in 2006, became supervisor of Outpatient Rehabilitation Services in 2009, and then Manager of Rehabilitation Services in 2012. He took on additional regional responsibilities as Regional Lead of Rehabilitation Services in 2015.

Jeremy is the son of long time Badin teacher Teresa Heinrich, is married and has a son. Thank you Jeremy for representing your profession during Badin’s Career Days, and working with the Badin Christian Service Program to connect students with service opportunities at Mercy Hospital through art and music therapy!

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Alumni Spotlight on: JEREMY HEINRICH '99


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What are you passionate about? Helping others – whether that is helping patients, employees, other department team members, students, or kids on my son’s sports team.

What are your career goals, (what do you want to be when you grow up?) I would like to continue to grow and continue to progress in my career in healthcare administration.

What is your best advice for current Badin students? It is never too early to start considering what you want to do for a career – get out there and see as much as you can in person to see what you are interested in and see what you want to pursue.

Who was your favorite faculty/staff member at Badin? Why? Aside from my mom, of course , I would say that Mr. Dolemann was one (of many) of my favorite faculty members at Badin. He was a great teacher that could relate things to students and had such a great personality and sense of humor that he always made class fun.

Thinking of yourself, what are you most proud of? My family: I have a beautiful, amazing and successful wife and a smart, athletic and very talented son.

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