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Two Executives Join Jackson Healthcare Advisory Board
Date:5/22/2009

Jackson Healthcare announces the appointment of Charles R. Evans and Reynold J. Jennings to the Advisory Board of Jackson Healthcare LLC (JH). JH provides physician, nurse and allied health staffing, hospital management and healthcare information technology solutions to over 1,000 hospitals in the U.S.

Alpharetta, GA (Vocus) May 22, 2009 -- Jackson Healthcare announces the appointment of Charles R. Evans and Reynold J. Jennings to the Advisory Board of Jackson Healthcare LLC (JH). JH provides physician, nurse and allied health staffing, hospital management and healthcare information technology solutions to over 1,000 hospitals in the U.S.

Evans and Jennings bring nearly 40 years each of senior level hospital operations experience to JH. They will serve as senior advisors to JH leadership, as the company expands its operations from staffing and IT services to general hospital management.

"A key to our success is understanding and responding to the unique challenges of hospital executives," says Richard Jackson, Chairman and CEO of JH. "They are our primary customer. Charlie and Reynold represent the voice of our customer. Each brings experiences from hundreds of hospitals across the U.S."

Evans currently serves as President of International Health Services Group, a social enterprise he founded in 2007 to support health services development in underserved areas of the world. He retired in December 2006 as President of HCA's Eastern Group in Nashville, TN.

During his tenure with HCA, he also managed company divisions including North Carolina, MidAmerica and Southeast. Prior to joining HCA in 1995, he served in executive positions at Community Hospitals, Indianapolis, Indiana and Memorial Medical Center
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