Carsins Run at Eva Mar welcomes Paul Thompson to board
Paul Thompson has joined the board at Carsins Run at Eva Mar, a continuing care retirement community being built in Bel Air, MD, by the Presbyterian Home of Maryland.
Thompson is president and director of Architectural Design Works, where he is responsible for the overall management and direction of the firm. He also spearheads all marketing endeavors and new client cultivation.
Throughout his almost 30 years of experience, he has overseen design and construction for numerous architectural projects of diverse building types, including master planning and implementation of phased construction, historic restoration and rehabilitation, additions and renovations to existing structures and new facilities for institutional, municipal, religious, industrial, commercial and residential entities.
SCAN Foundation names Sarita Mohanty to succeed Bruce Chernof as president and CEO
Sarita A. Mohanty, M.D., MPH, MBA, has been named president and CEO of The SCAN Foundation, succeeding Bruce A. Chernof, M.D., FACP, who announced his retirement from the nonprofit organization earlier this year.
Mohanty was selected for the position after a national search. She brings to the role experience in a variety of sectors in the healthcare field, from serving as a practicing physician and medical researcher in academia, to policy development and administration of programs in health plans and healthcare systems.
Mohanty comes to The SCAN Foundation from Kaiser Permanente, where she was vice president of care coordination for Medicaid and vulnerable populations. Prior to that, she was senior medical director for L.A. Care Health Plan, the largest public health plan in the country.
Mohanty earned her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley; a medical degree from Boston University School of Medicine; a master’s degree in public health from Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health; and an MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
The SCAN Foundation has stressed the need for the government to create new models for how long-term care should be provided and financed. It has led the development and scaling of national person-centered care models for vulnerable adults with complex needs, including Medicare beneficiaries and beneficiaries dually eligible for both Medicare and Medicaid. The foundation has been involved in policy discussions regarding healthcare for older adults and coordinating services both for older adults and their caregivers.
Earlier this year, the foundation created a spinoff venture named Alive Ventures. The startup studio will focus on imagining and building companies, products and services to help older adults live and work.
Phoebe Pharmacy partners with George Koch, naming him business development specialist
George Koch, founder and executive vice president of sales and marketing for Mount Laurel, NJ-based Extended Care Systems, has joined Allentown, PA-based senior services pharmaceutical provider Phoebe Pharmacy as business development specialist.
In addition to his role at Extended Care Systems, his additional position of business development specialist at Phoebe Pharmacy will make him responsible for driving customer acquisition and retention, as well as leveraging technologies for pharmacy services.
Koch graduated from Rowan University with a Bachelor of Science degree in physical science. He founded Extended Care Systems in 1988 after working at Drustar as a sales consultant.
Phoebe Pharmacy provides pharmaceutical services for thousands of personal care, assisted living, independent living and skilled nursing residents throughout Eastern Pennsylvania. The pharmacy is part of Phoebe Ministries, a nonprofit corporation based in Allentown, PA, that operates independent living and personal care communities as well as skilled nursing facilities in Lehigh, Berks, Bucks and Montgomery counties.
The pharmacy has delivered more than 40,000 fast COVID-19 tests for long-term care residents using tests supplied by Extended Care Systems. Koch was the catalyst for forging the test-related partnership between Phoebe Pharmacy and Extended Care Systems, according to the pharmacy.
New Senior announces election of Norman Jenkins to board of directors
Norman K. Jenkins, president, CEO and managing partner of Capstone Development, has been elected to the New Senior Investment Group board as an independent director.
Before founding Capstone Development, a privately-held developer, Jenkins was with Marriott International for 16 years, serving in various leadership positions before being named senior vice president of North American Lodging Development. While at Marriott, Jenkins was the architect of the company’s industry-leading diversity ownership initiative, which doubled the number of diverse-owned Marriott hotels over a three-year period and resulted in a diverse-owned company becoming Marriott’s second largest franchisee.
Jenkins also spent five years with McDonald’s Corp., holding finance and operating positions.
Jenkins has served on the board of directors of Duke Realty Corp., a publicly traded industrial REIT, since 2017, and serves as a director of the Washington, D.C. , Developer Roundtable. He is a former member of the board of trustees of Suburban Hospital and the Howard University board of trustees.
Jenkins earned an undergraduate degree in accounting from Howard University and an MBA from George Washington University and is a certified public accountant.
Acts Retirement-Life medical director receives lifetime achievement award
Paul Reinbold, M.D., vice president and chief medical director at Acts Retirement-Life Communities, has received the Berman Award for his lifetime achievements to the practice of long-term care. The Berman Award, named for Joseph Berman, M.D., is given annually by the Mid-Atlantic Medical Director’s Association to exemplary physicians who have devoted their careers and made significant contributions to the long-term care continuum.
Reinbold’s involvement in long-term care spans more than 25 years. He recently was appointed to his role at Acts, having previously served as the corporate medical director and clinical operations advisor to the CEO at Integrace in Sykesville, MD. He also served as chief of the medial staff for the University of Maryland-Shore Medical Center Easton and as the medical director of multiple long-term care facilities.
Reinbold is certified as a medical director by AMDA-Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine and is board-certified in internal medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
He has an undergraduate degree in biology from the University of Delaware and a medical degree from Hahnemann University School of medicine, and he completed his residency in internal medicine at Lehigh Valley Hospital.