LCDR Mark O'Neill

LCDR Mark O'Neill

Dates of Service: Dec 2000 - Jan 2010
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Promotions

  • LTJG Dec 00
  • LT Jan 03
  • LCDR Oct 09
Commissioning Source:  Direct Commission, Dec 2000

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Bio 

Mark O’Neill, MHS, CMPE, FACHE is a seasoned, entrepreneurial leader and strategic thinker managing international healthcare operations, large physician practices, academic medical center divisions as well as clinical research programs. Mark builds and manages teams to execute large, complex, profitable and high-profile projects on behalf of the world’s most respected healthcare organizations. Relationship-driven executive who implements complex strategic visions and gets outstanding results. Mark is an effective servant-leader who builds and manages teams with honor to execute large, profitable and high-profile projects.

Military Experiences

Oct 2006 - Nov 2007
Landstuhl RMC
Chief, Patient Affairs Branch
LRMC is the largest American hospital outside of the United States. It provides specialty care to all casualties from Afghanistan and Iraq. Coordinated the discharge & transportation of over 5,000 patients via military or private air ambulance. Led the first-ever branch staff integration across three medical departments: Army, Navy, and Air Force. Provided 24/7 international patient liaison services and embassy support while coordinating complex financial and social issues while managing patient evacuation among personnel from 22 countries.
Feb 2001 - Feb 2004
WRNMMC
Administrator
Promoted to Medical-Surgical Directorate Administrator in 2003 responsible for six departments including Endocrinology, Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease, Rheumatology, and Allergy, and Hematology and Medical Oncology. Promoted in 2002 to Administrator, Department of Hematology-Medical Oncology; managed a staff of 65 and a $2.2M budget. • Spearheaded multi-disciplinary team to plan state-of-the-art cancer treatment center. • Negotiated National Cancer Institute 5-year, $11M Inter-Agency Agreement. • Earned the highest competitive performance rating among 34 colleagues.

Deployments

(1 year, 2 months)
Oct 2006 - Nov 2007
Germany
Germany
Coordinated the discharge & transportation of over 5,000 patients via military or private air ambulance. Led the first-ever branch staff integration across three medical departments: Army, Navy, and Air Force. Provided 24/7 international patient liaison services and embassy support while coordinating complex financial and social issues.

Military Credentials

Professional Development Schools

Plans Operations and Medical Intelligence

Individual & Special Skill Schools

Navy Patient Administration School

Certifications

May 2014

Young Presidents' Organization (YPO)

Dec 2004

Certified Medical Practice Executive (CMPE), Medical Group Management Association (MGMA)

Nov 2002

Credentialed, American Academy of Medical Administrators (CAAMA)

Security Clearance
Secret

Academic Degrees

Academic Degrees

1994 - 1998

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