- Ada, Oklahoma

Health and Medicine

October 9, 2012

Sports medicine calls Ada couple back home

Ada — Former Ada Cougar Dr. Brad Heimer recently returned to his hometown to open 580 Sports Medicine and raise a family.

An Oklahoma City native, Heimer’s family moved to Ada in 1997 and he began his venture into sports as an Ada Cougar football player as a sophomore. After graduating in 2000, he attended college at East Central University. Following graduation, he married a fellow Ada and ECU graduate, Kim Rhodes. 

“I went to ECU and got a degree in chemistry,” Heimer said. “I knew I wanted to be in health care, but I didn’t really know what branch.”

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