GERALD V. ESPARCIA, MHA
Davis, CA 95618
Healthcare Executive with 60 years experience in healthcare management, acute hospitals, skilled nursing facilities; prison health care (CTC’s); property management; opening new sites; strategic planning; sound fiscal management (on time and on budget); commitment to mental health, correctional and senior citizens needs in healthcare and residential care. Strong in areas of patient and work place safety management. Background in understanding diversity environments and conflict resolutions in the workplace. Confidential Correctional Prison & Medical Care Classifications, Including, Gender Dysphoria and Mental Health Confidential managements. Prepared and managed budgets in excess of $100 million.
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Prison Health Care Services Division, Correctional Health Services Administrator I, (CHSA I). Licensing and Activation Unit.
Administrator, Convalescent Center Mission Street, San Francisco. A 53 bed Skilled Nursing Facility.
CEO Odd Fellow & Rebekah & Masonic Senior Community. The Meadows of Napa Valley, 350 units Residential, Assisted Living, and Nursing Facility on a 30-acre campus, Noble Grand of Lodge at Napa.
CEO Nursing Homes from 62-160 beds. CEO Acute Hospitals from 80-to 325 beds. Total construction and management of three hospitals.
Guided all facilities through state licensing, JCAHO, OBRA surveys and increased census, reduced turnover and set new levels of training, by teaching managers from my published training manuals.
Worked with governmental projects, prison health care contracts.
Developed and managed Chinese Patient PEG Tube program in San Francisco, with full Chinese programs and staff.
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Reduced expenses, brought “basics” back into management, focused on Mission and Vision Statements. Quality driven.
Licensing and Activation strong talents and success. Using my two publish workbooks, on using my full compliance tools.
EDUCATION AND LICENSES:
MHA Washington University, School of Medicine, Saint Louis, MO.
BA Sacramento State University, Sacramento, CA.
NHA Nursing Home Administrators License, CA #5257 (exp 4/30/’19)
RCFE Residential Care Facilities for Elderly, CA Cert # 603-***-****
Jan 2018: Private Consulting Practice: Interim Administrator Services; Acute Care; SNF care; Assisted Living & Group Living for Post Inmate and Gender Dysphoria Patients; Prison Health Care; and Health Licensing Compliance for all areas of Health Care, including Mental Health Services.
Retired: Jan 2018 Dep. of Correction, Prison Health Care Services,
1/8/2008 Licensing Unit. CHSA I, Sacramento, CA.
Dec 2007 Convalescent Center Mission Street, Inc.
San Francisco, Administrator 53 bed SNF. Specializing
January 2001 in PEG Tubes, Chinese Programs. Company sold.
Aug ‘2000 The Meadows of Napa Valley, Odd Fellows Retirement
Care complex, 210 Active Retirement Apartments, 69
Assisted Living, 69 Skilled Nursing Facilities. Executive
June ’96 Administrator, and HIPAA Officer. Company Sold.
May ‘96 TCC Property Management, Retirement housing and Heritage Apartments (now University), 161 units, 325 students: SNF and Assisted Living Complex 100 beds,
July’ 94 Executive Director.
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July ’94 Preservation Healthcare, Inc. Davis, CA. President, private Healthcare Consultants, Interim Administrator Services.
Mar.’84 Opening new SNF’s; space design.
Mar. ’84 Lifemark Hospitals, Inc. Houston, TX. Park Place Hospital, Port Arthur, Texas; Administrator 254 bed acute, added drug and alcohol abuse center. Town and Country Hospital, Tampa, Administrator 201 bed acute all private rooms, build, opened from zero base; hospital, doctors office buildings and satellite physician centers. $30 million project, recruited entire staff
Nov. ’74 including medical staff. Company sold.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES – CONTINUED
Nov. ’74 California State University, Los Angeles, CA. Director Student Health. Ridgecrest Community Hospital,
Nov. ’72 Administrator. China Lake Naval Base.
Nov. ’72 Woodland Memorial Hospital, 154 beds Hill Burton
July ’66 Fund, acute care hospital, Administrator, opened from zero base.
July ’65 Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Washington University Medical Center, Saint Louis, MO. This 2000 bed medical complex I was Evening Administrator; Mead Johnson Fellowship; Carpet Research; Aide to Edgar Monsanto Queeny for construction of the Queeny Tower; Fellow to Frank Bradley, M.D., Director Barnes Hospital for 40 years and President of
July ’61 the American Hospital Association.
Articles: Carpets in Hospitals; Nursing Shortages; Disaster Planning; Books: Sound Advice-One, “A Handbook for non-profit Hospital Trustees”; Sound Advice-Two,” A Handbook on How to Maintain ALL Hospital Licenses in Full Compliance, Forever Using ~“The Majordomo Ambassador Program”, copyrighted.; The Future of Correctional Medical and Mental Health Care In USA!(in process)
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David W. Chaney, Mgr. Licensing Unit, CDCR, 916-***-****; firstname.lastname@example.org
Kim A. Garcia, Data Processing Manager, Enterprise Info Systems, CDCR, 916-***-****, Kim A email@example.com
V.S.Velarde, M. D. / Internist / 646 Tennessee Street, Vallejo, CA 94589 / Telephone 707-***-****
California Medical Facility, State Prison; Joseph Bick, MD, Medical Officer in Chief, CEO, 707-***-****
Mark J. Mannis, M.D., Professor and Chair, Ophthalmoloy, UC Davis Health System, 916-***-****, firstname.lastname@example.org
Captane Thomson, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, UCD; 44 College Park, Davis, CA 95616, 530-***-****
Thaddeus Archie, DDS, Chief Dentist, CDCR, private e mail= email@example.com; Address 8013 Laguna Blvd, Suite 2, Elk Grove, CA 95758, Cell, 916-***-****.
Dr. Pratap Narayan, MD Chief Psychiatrist- Telemed; CDCR, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Ronny Chiu, Chief Pharmacist, PIC; California Medical Facility, (CMF/CDCR) email@example.com, 707-***-**** x 2797. firstname.lastname@example.org
Consulting in Licensing Compliance for:
Hospitals, Skilled Nursing, Jail & Prison Healthcare Facilities
Using our copyrighted “Majordomo Ambassador Program”