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Nexus Health, Inc. and Fort Washington Medical Center Board of Trustees Announces New Interim President & Chief Executive Officer


The Nexus Health Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the appointment of Reginald A. Jones as the interim president and chief executive officer of Nexus Health, the parent company of Fort Washington Medical Center (FWMC). Jones will serve in the position as the search for a permanent replacement continues.

“The board members and I are very confident that Mr. Jones will be an exceptional fit in this role for our organization as we transition during this interim period,” said Nexus Health Board of Trustees Chair Yvonne S. Magee. “As a board member, he has been a tremendous advocate for Nexus Health and Fort Washington Medical Center, and has an intimate understanding of our immediate goals and needs. Mr. Jones' executive leadership and business management training and acumen will help us to establish business processes and initiatives to advance our organization and its value in and to the community.”

Jones is a seasoned executive with over 20 years in professional business roles with leading management consulting and technology firms such as, SRA International, PriceWatershouseCoopers, Booz Allen Hamilton, Lockheed Martin, and SAIC. He currently serves as a joint owner and chairman of the board of Kettering Solutions, Inc., and as an equity partner of VIRE Consulting. He has held various leadership roles on health committees in the Prince George’s County community, as well on several boards. He will resume his membership and chair - elect role on the Nexus Health Board of Trustees upon the selection of a new president and CEO.

With extensive experience and expertise in organizational transformation, Jones began his undergraduate career at Delaware State University, where he served as the president of the Greater Washington Alumni Chapter for Delaware State University. He earned his Master of Business Administration in Executive Leadership from Georgetown University McDonough School.

A former resident of the Fort Washington community, Jones currently resides in Bowie, Maryland with his family.

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