CURRICULUM VITAE

                      JOSEPH G. FLANNERY, MS, MHA


     Assistant Professor Graduate Program in Public Health School of Health
     Professions, Eastern Virginia Medical School/Old Dominion University, Norfolk,
     Virginia 23501
     July 2010 – Present

     Accreditation and Regulatory Coordinator, Sentara Healthcare, Norfolk,
     Virginia 23506
     June 2009 – Present

     Field Representative (Surveyor), Speaker’s Bureau and Faculty Member:
     The Joint Commission, One Renaissance Boulevard, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181
     Hospitals, Ambulatory Care, Bureau of Primary Health Care


     MHA – Health Care Administration, Baylor University, Waco, Texas 1983
     Administrative Residency performed at the United States Military Academy
     Hospital, West Point, New York 1983.

     MS – Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Eastern Michigan University,
     Ypsilanti, Michigan 1972
     Graduate Teaching Fellow 1972

     BS – Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Eastern Michigan University,
     Ypsilanti, Michigan 1971
     Graduated Cum laude

     Military:     The Command and General Staff College,
                   United States Army – 1986
                   The Army Medical Department’s Officer Advanced Course
                   San Antonio, Texas – 1979
                   The Army Medical Department’s Officer Basic Course
                   San Antonio, Texas – 1973


     Corporate Compliance and Ethics Officer, Riverside Health System,
     Newport News, Virginia 23608 January 2002 – May 2009

Executive Director, Patriots Colony at Williamsburg, Riverside Health System,
Williamsburg, Virginia 23188 – January 1996 to December 2001

Director of Federal Programs and Senior Services, Riverside Health System,
Newport News, Virginia 23608 – 1993 to 1996

Deputy Director, Army and Director of Operations for the Department of
Defense’s First Joint Managed Care Program – TRICARE
Norfolk, Virginia – 1991 to 1993

Chief of the Management Division and Chief of Allocations & Documents
Branch, Directorate of Resources Management, United States Army Health
Services Command, San Antonio, Texas – 1989 to 1991

Associate Administrator, Clinical Support, Landstuhl Army Regional Medical
Center, Germany – 1986 to 1989

Associate Administrator, Clinical Support, Keller Army Community Hospital,
United States Military Academy, West Point, New York – 1983 to 1986

Graduate Health Care Teaching Experience:

Adjunct Professor: Old Dominion University (ODU), School of Community
Health Professions, Norfolk, Virginia - 1992 to Present
Courses currently offered: Managed Health Care, Financing Health Care
Joint Graduate Program: Eastern Virginia Medical School and ODU, Masters in
Public Health – 2002 to present

Previously Held Appointments:       1982-1992
                                    Troy State University
                                    Webster University Graduate Program
                                    University of Maryland, Undergraduate
                                    Long Island University/C.W. Post
                                    Graduate Program


Address:      2 Crescent Point
              Poquoson, Virginia 23662
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