Landmark Connect Welcomes New Chief Clinical Officer

Lisa Feldman
Posted January 09, 2018

Dr. Jerome Wilborn brings post-acute care expertise to support the Company’s rapid growth and quality outcomes.


HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA. January 09, 2018 – Landmark Connect has hired Jerome Wilborn, MD, FCCP as Chief Clinical Officer. With more than 25 years of healthcare experience, Dr. Wilborn brings unparalleled expertise in post-acute care delivery to Landmark Connect. He has served as Medical Director and Chief of Staff in more than 25 skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), hospitals, Medicare Advantage programs, and post-acute care organizations. He also led clinical governance as National Medical Director over the largest post-acute care practice in the US., with more than 800 providers in 33 cities and practicing in more than 2,000 nursing homes.


“Medicine is a calling to serve, help and heal others,” notes Dr. Wilborn. “Landmark’s care model is aligned to this purpose and calling. I’m excited to be a part of the team to improve care for residents living in care facilities nationally.”


Landmark Connect embeds primary care resources – doctors, physician assistants and nurse practitioners – in facilities to provide dedicated support and in-place care of residents. Through this high-touch, high-access delivery of care, the Company works to drive better health outcomes for residents, improve facility performance on quality metrics, and improve resident and family satisfaction.


Jennifer Gilchrist, President of Landmark Connect, comments, “We’re pleased that Dr. Wilborn has taken this leadership position at Landmark Connect. We are in a period of intense growth, and his high-caliber experience in post-acute care will drive an even higher level of clinical excellence for our patients and facility partners.”


Landmark Connect is growing nationally and currently hiring in New York and Washington state. Learn more at



About Landmark Connect

Landmark Connect provides primary care to residents living in skilled nursing facilities (SNF), independent living facilities (ILF), assisted living facilities (ALF), continuing care retirement communities (CCRC), and other long-term care (LTC) facilities. By embedding medical care teams in living facilities, Landmark Connect is able to build relationships with residents, facility staff and families. The result is better care, higher quality outcomes, and fewer unnecessary trips to the hospital. For more information, visit


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