Other Activities

otheractivitiesPrior to forming MMR, the senior managers had accomplishments significant to the future plans of MJM which are listed below.

Martin D. Hamburg, Ph.D., President

Opened and Managed the Waterford Towers, Edgewater, NJ, 324 unit Independent Living.

Turned around failing healthcare and residential agency serving over 3000 people per year and grew the agency from $3 to $50 million annual budget and a staff of 1500 employees.

Established over 50 ICFs (Medicaid Intermediary Care Facilities) and Medicaid Waiver residential programs for seniors and adults with brain injury and special needs serving over 350 individuals.

Neuropsychologist and Adjunct Associate Professor of Neuroscience at Weill Medical College of Cornell University with a special interest in the care and treatment of people with Alzheimer’s disease.

Created Opti-Healthcare, a network of 5 diagnostic and treatment centers with over 70,000 patient visits per year.

Created corporation to market and manage over 400 units of senior housing in NY and NJ.

Established internship and training programs with 3 area hospitals and 5 area universities.

Obtained State commitments for reimbursement for facility development costs in excess of $42 million.

Developed 6 major health and education facilities totaling over 250,000 square feet and 40 smaller facilities including ICFs and group homes and small medical offices. Developed facilities via acquisition and renovation as well as ground-up construction.

Secured construction capital through the use of IDA Civic Facility Bonds with and without bank Letters of Credit, State health care financing (MCFFA) and conventional mortgages;

Negotiated Medicaid rates for ICFs, Children’s Residential Services, Early Intervention Programs, Case Management and Crises Intervention, Adult Day Treatment and Article 28 Diagnostic and Treatment Services.

Created MSO to manage the global risk contracts of a 900 member PHO. Contracts included commercial, Medicare risk and behavioral carve-out programs.

 

Mark J. Nunheimer, SVP Director of Finance

Twenty years experience in budget development, financial analysis and financial monitoring of construction and development of senior housing, multi-family and other forms of commercial real estate in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Florida and the US Virgin Islands.

Negotiated $38 million in bond financing for senior housing projects in Pennsylvania and New Jersey and managed $28 million in construction and development.

Established western regional office as part of national reorganization of a real estate company managing over $2 billion in commercial, residential and resort properties.

 

Joel W. Hass, SVP Medical Liaison and Program Development

As CEO of the Mid-Florida Region of the American Red Cross, he managed the work of the Red Cross in 13 counties. He grew Red Cross reserves for $120,000 to over $3M.

As President of the Florida Hospital Foundation, he established 20/20, a $1B foundation to support hospital development.

In conjunction with the Walt Disney Memorial Cancer Institute, he created a special event program which netted the Institute $1.2M.

Past President of the Central Texas Medical Center in San Marcos, TX

Past Vice Chairman of the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Raised $2M in private donations as Past Chairman of MyRegion.org, a seven county regional human services planning initiative.

Other healthcare related appointments:

VP Planning, Marketing and Communications, Adventist Health Systems, Arlington, TX

VP, Adventist Health Systems North, Hinsdale, IL

Professor of Marketing, Adjunct Faculty, Southwestern Adventist College, Keene, TX.

Professor of Marketing/Healthcare Administration, Adjunct Faculty, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, TX

Military Service: Walter Reed Army Medical Center Institute of Research, Washington, DC.

 

Jacqueline Hurt, SVP Operations

Managed 11 healthcare facilities in three states with 22 direct reports including executive directors and nursing directors.

Total increase in census of profitability of facilities managed was over 67%.

In addition to seniors housing management experience, offers 16 years as a licensed nursing home administrator.

 

Edwina “Jo” Woods, Program Development – Healthcare

Six years as Director of Compliance, America’s Health Care Medical Plans, Inc.

Licensed Nurse, AL Administrator and Risk Manager