Adam Gilshnan

LTC Health Navigator

With a diverse and extensive vocational history that encompasses hotel management, Adam Gilshnan transitioned into the role of LTC Health Navigator within the PHO Health Navigator team in 2007. His multifaceted background speaks to a broad range of skills and experiences. In addition to his primary role, Adam is an engaged participant in sports administration and is the proprietor of a private West Coast Rugby Museum. Complementing these pursuits, he contributes as a freelance rugby writer for publications as diverse as the NZ Rugby News magazine and the Greymouth Star newspaper. Furthermore, Adam serves as the deputy chair and trustee on the board of the West Coast Community Trust. His professional journey reflects a commitment to excellence, and his involvement in various capacities underscores a dedication to community engagement and healthcare navigation.