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ISOA Elects Remote Medical International Staff Member to Board

By November 12, 2018October 29th, 2020No Comments

Genevieve Wozow of Seattle’s Remote Medical International elected to key board post

SEATTLE, Nov. 13, 2018 — Genevieve Wozow, Director of Business Development, Government, for Seattle’s Remote Medical International, has been elected to the board of directors of the International Stability Operations Association (ISOA).

ISOA, based in Washington, D.C., is the trade association for companies supporting the United States government in a variety of operations around the world. Wozow’s election to the group’s board is another sign of Remote Medical International’s growth into one of the world’s leading occupational health care companies. Among the company’s client base are government contractors, including many ISOA members.

Remote Medical International is trusted by ISOA members to deliver global health care services on some of the most challenging stability operations initiatives undertaken by the U.S. government.

Founded in 2003, Remote Medical International has grown into a multimillion-dollar company with more than 200 employees that has provided occupational healthcare services to work sites in more than 150 countries and on all the world’s oceans.

Wozow, who has worked at Remote Medical International since 2010, has played a critical role in the company’s growth. As a member of the ISOA board, she will act as a representative and advocate of the industry to government representatives and the broader community. She will work with other board members to guide the strategic growth of the association in a rapidly expanding industry.

“Genevieve is an incredible leader,” said Wayne Wager, CEO of Remote Medical International. “We are proud of her appointment to the ISOA board and are excited to support her as she serves in this prestigious role.”

ISOA is the world’s largest business association supporting companies performing and supporting stability operations. The association advocates on behalf of its members and companies within the industry, helps to set ethical standards for operations in often challenging environments, and executes education and outreach programs around the globe.

“Genevieve is a smart and dynamic member of this community,” said Howie Lind, President and Executive Director of ISOA. “I know she will be a powerful advocate for our members and an important strategic leader as we continue to grow.”

The incoming ISOA board will be seated at this year’s ISOA Summit, Nov. 13-14 in Washington, D.C. Remote Medical International is proud to sponsor the summit and support the work of the ISOA community.

About Remote Medical International

Remote Medical International helps clients manage and improve the health, safety, and well-being of their global workforce by offering integrated occupational health care services. With over 15 years of experience in over 150 countries and on every ocean, Remote Medical International can deliver a comprehensive set of solutions including medical staffing, medical screening, case management, evacuation coordination, and medical equipment. Remote Medical International has been recognized six times by the Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in the United States, and has been recognized twice by the International Stability Operations Association for demonstrating commitment to accountability, transparency, and ethics in the stability operations arena. Remote Medical International is part of the Columbia Pacific family of companies and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, USA, with offices in Washington, D.C., USA, Newcastle, U.K., and Nairobi, Kenya.

Learn more about Remote Medical International’s services for governments and government contractors.