Huntington Beach, CA, November 16, 2018 – Landmark Health (“Landmark”), an industry leader of in-home, risk-based medical care, announced today that Anna Gill has been named its Chief Human Resources Officer (“CHRO”), effective November 5, 2018.
“Our greatest asset is our people,” stated Nick Loporcaro, CEO of Landmark. “We are thrilled Anna has joined Landmark to help further develop and empower our exceptional employees as well as support our growth as we continue to scale nationally.”
Anna joins Landmark from Aetna’s Service Operations where she most recently served as Head of Human Resources. In this role, she was responsible for overseeing HR strategy and delivery for up to 20,000 employees nationwide. Using her process improvement expertise, Anna has led transformational projects in recruiting, talent management, compensation, benefits and employee relations.
Prior to Aetna, Anna was the Vice President of Human Resources and Head of Employee Development at Coventry Management Services, which was acquired by Aetna in 2013. She was an integration leader for the acquisition, successfully transitioning decentralized services to a shared services model. Anna received her Bachelor of Science in Management from Rosemont College, in Rosemont, PA, and her MBA in Healthcare from The Pennsylvania State University. She is an avid speaker and content contributor within the human capital space.
“Landmark provides an innovative yet simple approach to bringing high-quality care to the most vulnerable patients when and where they need it,” said Anna Gill.
“I was won over immediately by Landmark’s culture of caring and purpose combined with a passion for clinical excellence. I’m delighted to be part of a best-in-class team changing how healthcare in this country is delivered – one patient at a time.”
Landmark has experienced significant growth in 2018, reaching patients across 24 markets in 13 states, with more than 250,000 house calls delivered nationally since launching in 2014. Currently, the company and its affiliated medical groups employ approximately 900 people, 200 of whom are providers. We anticipate a continuation of our expansion in 2019 and are actively hiring throughout the U.S. for both business and clinical roles.
Landmark is an industry leader of home-based medical care for patients with complex health needs, covering approximately 80,000 lives. Its and its affiliated medical groups community-based, physician-led medical teams specialize in house calls and deliver medical, behavioral, social and palliative care to individuals with multiple chronic conditions wherever they reside, and whenever they need it. Landmark and its affiliated medical group’s teams of mobile clinicians collaborate with patients’ families, caregivers and other medical providers to bring coordinated healthcare to people who need it the most. Landmark operates nationally in 13 states. For more information, visit www.landmarkhealth.org.