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Joseph George Flannery MS, MHA

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    • Assistant Professor

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    • Lester Hall

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    • Bio:
    • Joe Flannery joined Eastern Virginia Medical School as full time faculty in 2010, and serves as the Interim Program Director, Health Management and Policy Track Coordinator for the Joint EVMS/ODU Graduate Program in Public Health. He is also a faculty member and field surveyor for The Joint Commission. From 1993 to 2009 he served as a Director of Federal Programs, Director of Senior Services, and for five years as the first Executive Director of Patriots Colony at Williamsburg.  Mr. Flannery also served seven years from 2002 to 2009 as the Riverside Health System’s Corporate Compliance and Ethics Officer.

       A graduate of Eastern Michigan University with a B.S and M.S. in Health and Physical Education, He is also a graduate of the Army’s Command and General Staff College. Mr. Flannery received his Masters in Health Care Administration from Baylor University. He completed his residency at the United States Military Academy, West Point in 1983.

      Mr. Flannery has thirty years of graduate teaching experience in health care and business management/leadership.

      Prior to joining EVMS, Mr. Flannery held senior positions for the Department of Defense’s Army Medical Department to include the first Director of Operations for TRICARE, and Chief of the Management Division for Health Services Command. He received the Department of Defense Superior Service Medal in 1993 and a Commanders Award for Public Service in 2002.