Event Title

Joining Forces Panel Presentation

Start Date

4-15-2013 12:15 PM

End Date

4-15-2013 1:15 PM

Description

Rebecca S. Hooper, PT, PhD, COL(R)

Dr. Rebecca Storey Hooper graduated from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in 1974, She subsequently entered active duty and attended the U.S. Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Physical Therapy. Dr. Hooper spent an initial tour at Fort Jackson, SC and then explored civilian practice for three and one-half years. Returning to active duty in 1981 she had a variety of clinical and staff assignments culminating as the 15th Chief of the Army Medical Specialist Corps. Dr. Hooper’s education includes a PhD in Educational Administration from the University of Texas at Austin (1995) and graduation from the Army War College at Carlisle Barracks (1996). She has multiple military awards including the Legion of Merit, the Surgeon General’s “A” Proficiency Designator, and the Order of Military Medical Merit. Dr. Hooper retired from active duty in January 2006 after 31 years of service. Since February of 2006, she has served as the Program Manager first for the Amputee Care Program at the Brooke Army Medical Center and now at the Center for the Intrepid.

Enrique Guttin, MD, MMM, CPE, FACS

Dr. Guttin attained his present position in 2009, after eight years as Chief Surgeon at the Stratton VA Medical Center in Albany NY. He graduated from Medical School at the National University of Mexico in 1976 and completed the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Surgical Residency program in 1982. Dr. Guttin practiced general, thoracic and vascular surgery in Mexico City’s National Institute of Health for four years. On his return to the United States, he participated in establishing a level-2 trauma center in Coatesville, PA under the auspices of Thomas Jefferson University, where he was an Associate Professor of Surgery. Dr. Guttin led the surgical residency rotation at Methodist Hospital from 1989–2001, and served as Chief Surgeon at Saint Agnes Medical Center in Philadelphia before joining the VA. In 2007 he volunteered as Acting Chief of Staff for the Gulf Coast VA Health Care System in Biloxi, Mississippi, where he assisted in restructure and reconstruction programs after Hurricane Katrina. Dr. Guttin holds a Master’s Degree in Medical Management from the Heinz School of Business of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, is a Certified Physician Executive and graduated from the VA Executive Career Field Performance Management program.

Justin Woodhouse, MBA, RN, COL(R)

Mr. Woodhouse served in a variety of executive leadership roles during his 25- year Army career, including Chief Nurse Executive, Southern Regional Medical Command, Battalion Commander 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion, Chief, Army Nurse Professional Development Director Medical-Surgical-Orthopedics at the San Antonio Military Medical Center and finally as Army Nurse Corps Personnel Proponent Officer for the Army Surgeon General. Mr. Woodhouse transitioned into the private sector in 2012 as the Associate Executive Director, West Division, Humana Military, a Department of Defense contractor for the administration of the TRICARE program. Humana Military presently provides health-benefits support and services to approximately 3,000,000 active duty and retired military and their eligible family members in the 10-state South Region. Mr. Woodhouse holds a Bachelor’s degree in nursing from Washington State University and a Master in Business Administration (Healthcare Management) from Touro University International. He is a Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow (2007 cohort), completed Army Command and Staff College, and the Interagency Institute for Federal Health Care Executives at George Washington University. Mr. Woodhouse is also a certified facilitator for The Leadership Challenge and a Personal Trainer.

No audio (just slides)

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Program

 
Apr 15th, 12:15 PM Apr 15th, 1:15 PM

Joining Forces Panel Presentation

Rebecca S. Hooper, PT, PhD, COL(R)

Dr. Rebecca Storey Hooper graduated from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in 1974, She subsequently entered active duty and attended the U.S. Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Physical Therapy. Dr. Hooper spent an initial tour at Fort Jackson, SC and then explored civilian practice for three and one-half years. Returning to active duty in 1981 she had a variety of clinical and staff assignments culminating as the 15th Chief of the Army Medical Specialist Corps. Dr. Hooper’s education includes a PhD in Educational Administration from the University of Texas at Austin (1995) and graduation from the Army War College at Carlisle Barracks (1996). She has multiple military awards including the Legion of Merit, the Surgeon General’s “A” Proficiency Designator, and the Order of Military Medical Merit. Dr. Hooper retired from active duty in January 2006 after 31 years of service. Since February of 2006, she has served as the Program Manager first for the Amputee Care Program at the Brooke Army Medical Center and now at the Center for the Intrepid.

Enrique Guttin, MD, MMM, CPE, FACS

Dr. Guttin attained his present position in 2009, after eight years as Chief Surgeon at the Stratton VA Medical Center in Albany NY. He graduated from Medical School at the National University of Mexico in 1976 and completed the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Surgical Residency program in 1982. Dr. Guttin practiced general, thoracic and vascular surgery in Mexico City’s National Institute of Health for four years. On his return to the United States, he participated in establishing a level-2 trauma center in Coatesville, PA under the auspices of Thomas Jefferson University, where he was an Associate Professor of Surgery. Dr. Guttin led the surgical residency rotation at Methodist Hospital from 1989–2001, and served as Chief Surgeon at Saint Agnes Medical Center in Philadelphia before joining the VA. In 2007 he volunteered as Acting Chief of Staff for the Gulf Coast VA Health Care System in Biloxi, Mississippi, where he assisted in restructure and reconstruction programs after Hurricane Katrina. Dr. Guttin holds a Master’s Degree in Medical Management from the Heinz School of Business of Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, is a Certified Physician Executive and graduated from the VA Executive Career Field Performance Management program.

Justin Woodhouse, MBA, RN, COL(R)

Mr. Woodhouse served in a variety of executive leadership roles during his 25- year Army career, including Chief Nurse Executive, Southern Regional Medical Command, Battalion Commander 5th Medical Recruiting Battalion, Chief, Army Nurse Professional Development Director Medical-Surgical-Orthopedics at the San Antonio Military Medical Center and finally as Army Nurse Corps Personnel Proponent Officer for the Army Surgeon General. Mr. Woodhouse transitioned into the private sector in 2012 as the Associate Executive Director, West Division, Humana Military, a Department of Defense contractor for the administration of the TRICARE program. Humana Military presently provides health-benefits support and services to approximately 3,000,000 active duty and retired military and their eligible family members in the 10-state South Region. Mr. Woodhouse holds a Bachelor’s degree in nursing from Washington State University and a Master in Business Administration (Healthcare Management) from Touro University International. He is a Robert Wood Johnson Executive Nurse Fellow (2007 cohort), completed Army Command and Staff College, and the Interagency Institute for Federal Health Care Executives at George Washington University. Mr. Woodhouse is also a certified facilitator for The Leadership Challenge and a Personal Trainer.

No audio (just slides)