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VA Great Lakes Health Care System Announces New Medical Center Director at Jesse Brown VAMC
October 28, 2016Renee Oshinski, Acting Network Director, Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN) 12, is pleased to announce that Marc A. Magill has been selected as the new Medical Center Director for Jesse Brown VA Medical Center, which includes a 200-bed acute care facility and four outpatient clinics. Magill, who will be reporting to Chicago on November 27, 2016, will oversee the delivery of healthcare to more than 51,000 Veterans, an operating budget of $445,073,357 (FY16), and a workforce of 2,600 personnel.
Magill has served as the Medical Center Director of Grand Junction Veterans Health Care System (Grand Junction, Colo.) from June 2014 to present. In this role, his responsibilities include full-line authority, direct supervision and accountability for budgeting, staffing, physical plant, equipment, security, privacy, and space resources. Prior to this appointment, he served at the VA St. Louis Health Care System as the Deputy Medical Center Director beginning in November 2011, and as Interim Director from May 2013 to June 2014. He also served as the Associate Medical Center Director of the Harry S. Truman VA Hospital (Columbia, Mo.) beginning in August 2007. While in this position, Magill spent approximately five months as Acting Medical Center Director of the John J. Pershing VA Medical Center (Poplar Bluff, Mo.) from May 2009 to September 2009. Magill also served as Acting Deputy Network Director for the VA Southeast Network, VISN 7, in Duluth Ga. Magill’s additional VA experience includes several positions of increasing responsibility at the VA Illiana Health Care System (Danville, Ill.), including Chief Information Resources Management and Acting Associate Director from March 2004 to April 2005. He served as Acting Hospital Director of Hines VA Hospital from May 2016 to September 2016. Magill received his Bachelors of Science from Millikin University and his Masters of Science from Trinity University.
The VA Great Lakes Health Care System, VISN 12, with its eight medical centers, 38 outpatient clinics, eight nursing homes, and six domiciliaries, provides health care services to the 700,000 Veterans who reside within its four-state (Illinois, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Wisconsin, and Northwest Indiana) area. Facilities in VISN 12 operate 904 medical, surgical, and psychiatric hospital beds, as well as 1,009 community living center beds and 510 domiciliary beds. The VA Great Lakes Health Care System, VISN 12, also has the country’s first fully-integrated Veterans Administration and Department of Defense medical facility, the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center.