Comprehensive Health Services has established a new board of advisers that will work to provide strategic guidance to the executive leadership in support of the Cape Canaveral, Florida-based workforce medical services contractor’s business capture and development efforts within the Defense Department.
The company said Wednesday the new DoD advisory board held Oct. 31 its first meeting at the Renaissance Tampa International Plaza Hotel in Florida and discussed the status of company’s support to federal contracts and subcontractor relationship with the Pentagon.
Company executives who attended the board’s inaugural meeting include Doug Magee, senior vice president of business development; Kelley DeConciliis, VP of international business development; Amber Fredericksen, business development manager; Daniel Jones, SVP and chief operating officer; Jeffery Clayton, capture manager; Ryan Elliott, VP of business development for U.S. federal clients; and Chip Patterson, a physician.
Current members of the DoD advisory board include:
- Kevin Lambing, a retired U.S. Air Force chief master sergeant, former principal enlisted adviser to the Air Force surgeon general and medical enlisted corps chief
- Lester Martinez, a retired U.S. Army major general and former head of the Army Medical and Research Command
- Warner “Rocky” Farr, a retired Army colonel and former command surgeon of the U.S. Special Operations Command