By Fernando O. Rivera, MBA, FACHE
New concepts, processes or procedures or management of this VA Hospital from the construction, plans, outfitting, staffing, budget and schedule adherence, involving or gaining community support, customer service, continuous improvement with innovative ideas and empowerment, phased opening, etc.
You will receive 1.5 PDUs
Director, Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System
Fernando O. Rivera was appointed Director/CEO of Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System (SLVHCS) in New Orleans, Louisiana, January 11, 2015.
With an operating and activation budget of $500 million, SLVHCS employs approximately 1,900 employees and serves over 66,466 enrolled Veterans in the 23 parishes of Southeast Louisiana. The health care system provides primary and mental health care at all sites and specialty care at selected sites including eight community based outpatient clinics in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Slidell, Hammond, Bogalusa, Franklin, Houma and St. John Parish, as well as a new Veterans Medical Center in New Orleans. SLVHCS supports nearly 560,000 outpatient visits. SLVHCS is affiliated with Tulane and LSU medical schools and was designated as one of nine VA Emerging Centers of Innovation for patient centered care. SLVHCS is a recognized leader in several unique clinical programs and nationally recognized programs, including Home Based Primary Care, Hospital at Home, Health Care for the Homeless, and the Community Resource and Referral Center, which is the first in the country to integrate federal, city and private sector resources to serve both homeless Veterans and non-Veterans. SLVHCS was recognized by the National Alliance for Ending Homelessness for being a leader in ending Veteran homelessness.
PLEASE NOTE: We will only accept cash or check at check in. Credit cards will not be accepted at the door.
|Event Date||02-21-2018 5:30 pm|
|Event End Date||02-21-2018 8:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||02-04-2018 8:00 am|