Vice President of Plans and Logistics
Max Kent is responsible for planning and overseeing NewCourtland Senior Services’ new business development, corporate compliance and security, LIFE (Living Independently for Elders Program, known nationally as PACE) Program Development, LIFE Transportation and major capital project implementation. This includes logistical operations for the network, network wide project supervision, quality assurance, risk assessments, and planning to define projects in terms of purpose, goals, user requirements, scope, management controls and compliance.
Mr. Kent is an experienced healthcare administrator and has held various positions of responsibility that includes deputy executive director for a medical model day care program, as a controlling partner of a medically focused strategic planning and process reengineering firm, and as an associate administrator responsible for the operation of a 100 bed acute rehabilitation hospital. He also has extensive community relations experience that includes consecutive terms as Chairman of El Paso Hospital Council, liaison between Beaumont Army Medical Center and the El Paso Medical Community and doing chartable work where he was instrumental in organizing private sponsorship activities to sustain a local, privately held, Christian sponsored orphanage.
Mr. Kent is a highly, decorated Army Officer with numerous commendations for achievement and excellence and has held positions of increasing responsibility through-out the Department of Defense. He culminated his 20 year career as Executive Officer responsible for logistics operations for a 5,000 employee, 1,400 vehicle, 74 aircraft Armored Cavalry Regiment.
Mr. Kent’s education includes a certificate in Facilities Management by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. He holds a Masters Degree in Management Administration; is a graduate of the US Army Command and General Staff College and is a graduate of St. Bonaventure University with a Bachelor of Arts in Military Science and Sociology.