Jenny Gachelin, Mba, Crt currently works at Vohra Post-Acute Physicians Jenny studied at Nova Southeastern University and Jenny is located at Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area.
Implementation Specialist at Vohra Post-Acute Physicians
Miami Dade College, Catholic Health Services in Florida, Plantation General Hospital, All About Staffing
Masters, Business with Leadership focus@Nova Southeastern University
Vohra Post-Acute Physicians
3601 SW 160th Ave, Suite 250, Miramar, FL, 33027, United States
Vohra Wound Physicians is a national physician group founded and led by physicians. We partner with nursing homes, skilled nursing facilities, and assisted living facilities to provide specialty wound management and care of the elderly services. Our multi-specialty group is led by over 185 physicians serving over 2500 post-acute care facilities in 27 states. Our mission is to optimize outcomes, prevent hospitalizations, and reduce costs. We foster a culture based on quality, value, partnership, and innovation. Vohra’s quality-driven standardized care has been independently proven to greatly improve outcomes and reduce costs. We utilize certified electronic health records that facilitate outcomes reports and clear standardized complete documentation. For more information about our company, please visit our website at www.vohraphysicians.com
Hospital & Health Care
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UnitedHealth Group, McKesson, AmerisourceBergen, Johnson & Johnson, Apollo Hospitals
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