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New Asbury Positions to Drive Clinical Excellence
VP Post Acute Health Services and VP Clinical Excellence Add to Clinical Quality Team
Asbury is pleased to announce the addition of two new positions to lead our Clinical Education Program and continue to enhance the quality of our health care services for seniors. Henry Moehring joins Asbury as the Vice President of Post-Acute Health Services and Skip Margot as Vice President of Clinical Excellence.
Both leaders bring a strong background in health care services, demonstrated success in achieving clinical excellence, and will continue to move Asbury toward its goal to become the provider of choice in each of our markets.
Henry served as the Associate and Executive Director of Asbury Methodist Village during a 10-year span before joining the Alpha-1 Foundation as its President and CEO in 2016. He has more than 30 years of health care administration experience, and helped guide Asbury Methodist Village's Wilson Health Care Center to a 5-star CMS rating during his time there. We are pleased that he has returned to Asbury, where he was noted for building collaborative relationships and a proactive leadership style. In his new role, Henry will provide strategic and operational support for the skilled nursing centers in Asbury’s system.
Skip Margot begins his new position having most recently served as the Executive Director of Asbury Home Health in Gaithersburg, Md. Past positions include Chief Nursing Officer for Holy Cross Hospital in Germantown and Vice President of Patient Care for Shady Grove Hospital. As VP of Clinical Excellence, Skip will support the clinical teams at Asbury’s seven continuing care retirement communities. During his tenure with Asbury Home Health, Skip led his team to achieve a 4.5 star rating with the CMS, accreditation with The Joint Commission, and the state’s lowest readmission rate for home health agencies.
These positions round out a Clinical Education Program that includes a Director of Clinical Support Services, Director of Quality Assurance, and Director of Clinical Analytics and Processes implemented in 2013 and staffed by nurse administrators who achieved strong results in clinical excellence with Asbury.
Asbury is the nation's 15th-largest system of continuing care retirement communities and related aging services, with seven communities operating in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, and Tennessee. Asbury is CARF and EAGLE accredited.