A Lifetime of Public Service
Whether on the front lines of national security or in an ambulance, Maxim Gorin has dedicated his career to public service, bringing an exceptional professional history to his work. From Los Angeles, Maxim Gorin enlisted in the Army after high school and spent the next four years stationed at military bases such as Fort Knox, Fort Carson, and Camp Casey in South Korea. During this time, Mr. Gorin served on an M1A1 tank crew and additionally prepared for his future civilian life by taking classes at Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado Springs.
Following his honorable discharge in 2000, Maxim Gorin spent a brief period in insurance sales prior to the September 11 terror attacks, which inspired his return to public service. After completing his training as an emergency medical technician at West Valley Occupational Center in 2002, Mr. Gorin went on to cofound LifeLine Ambulance, which today serves residents in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, and San Diego counties.
A respected provider of patient transport and care, LifeLine has grown from two ambulances to a 100-vehicle fleet under Maxim Gorin’s leadership, as he develops lasting relationships with health care systems throughout Southern California. Mr. Gorin has also spent the past decade as chief executive officer of MGME Consulting, a multifunctional organization that helps health care partners navigate the hurdles of licensing, financing, marketing, and technology. As a testament to his impact on the health care community, Maxim Gorin formerly served as an ambassador to the Montebello Chamber of Commerce, where he worked with such entities as Blue Shield of California and UnitedHealth Group. He hopes to attend the UCLA Anderson School of Management in the near future.