Daniel Jones is a medical operations officer and subject matter expert in health services planning and implementation, with extensive experience in the areas of international and disaster medicine. He has expertise in overseeing large and complex medical programs, managing large and dispersed workforces, and working in and adapting to rapidly changing work environments.
Dan joined Comprehensive Health Services in 2012 in support of the Department of State’s mission in Iraq, where he was responsible for managing three hospitals and nine clinics, serving more than 12,000 personnel at 12 different locations within the country.
In his current role, Dan is responsible for the successful execution of all domestic programs, including a wide range of customized commercial and governmental workforce medical exam programs. He also supports business development with marketing and proposal development.
Prior to joining the company, Dan served in the U.S. Army for nearly three decades, before retiring as a Colonel. During his military career, he held numerous leadership positions, including director of worldwide health care operations for the U.S. Army Office of the Surgeon General, deputy surgeon for the U.S. Central Command and director of medical operations for the U.S. Central Command, responsible for combat medical operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
He is a member of a number of organizations, including the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Military Officers Association of America.
Dan received a B.A. degree in Biology from Mansfield University and M.B.A. degree from Saint Martin’s College.
He is a sports enthusiast with a strong penchant for leading a healthy active lifestyle, with a special focus on strength training.