Huey Atkins has been involved in EMS since 1977 and currently serves at Director of EMS for National EMS.
Huey is a leader in Georgia EMS. He is the longest-serving EMS Director in Region 10 and an active member of the Northeast Georgia EMS Council for 25 years, serving on the Zoning Committee, the Executive Committee, and the Trauma Advisory Committee. He is also a member of the Georgia Association of EMS, the EMS Sub-committee of the Georgia Trauma Commission, and the Georgia AVLS Group. In his thirty-six years in EMS, Atkins has worked as an EMT, Paramedic, Shift Captain, Commander, Field Training Officer and EMS Director.
Huey was EMS Director in 1993 when National EMS became Georgia’s first Accredited Ambulance Service – a designation the company has maintained for 25 years. Atkins is involved in his community, where he is on the Morgan County 911 Board and has been an active member of the Morgan County Rotary Club for over two decades, serving as President for two terms. He is also involved with the Kimberly Chance Atkins Foundation, which raises money for education and treatment of Breast Cancer patients.