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Portrait of Ann Brown, FACHE

Ann Brown, FACHE |

Healthcare System Director

Ms. Ann Brown was appointed as the Medical Center Director of VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System effective February 7, 2016. Prior to this appointment, Ms. Brown served as the Director of Jesse Brown VA Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. She also previously served as the Director of the VA Medical Center in Martinsburg, WV, Acting Deputy Network Director (VISN 9), the Associate Director for Operations at the Tennessee Valley Healthcare System in Nashville TN, and the VISN 23 Business Office Manager in Lincoln NE. In addition, Ms. Brown held various positions at the South Texas Veterans Healthcare System in San Antonio TX. Ms. Brown holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Texas in Austin, and a master’s degree in health services administration from Trinity University in San Antonio. She is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.


Portrait of Robert W McKenrick

Robert W McKenrick |

Executive Director, Clinical Care

Robert McKenrick was appointed as the Executive Director of Clinical Care (SES) of the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System on November 26, 2017. Mr. McKenrick has over 7 years of previous SES multi-agency leadership experience. He has served as Director/Deputy Director for Transportation Security Administration (TSA); Director Veterans Benefits Administration in Philadelphia, PA and Greater Los Angeles, CA. He has a diverse background that includes significant financial, administrative, and management assignments. Mr. McKenrick served in the United States Army with over 28 years and as an Officer, has led special assignments and oversaw regional and national operations. McKenrick will oversee delivery of health care provided to our Veterans in our Greater Los Angeles Community Based Outpatient Clinics.

Mr. McKenrick was born in Elmira, New York. He attended Eastern Kentucky University receiving a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Police Administration; Webster University receiving a Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in Security Management; University of Pennsylvania receiving a M.A. degree in Government Administration; Temple University receiving a Juris Doctorate; and the United States Army War College receiving a M.A. degree in Strategic Studies. He has served combat tours in Iraq with the 1st Cavalry and 4th Infantry Divisions. His awards include the Legion of Merit Medal, Bronze Star Medal with oak leaf cluster and Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters, as well as other medals citing personal actions taken to save soldiers’ lives.


Portrait of William L George

William L George |

Acting Chief of Staff

Dr. George was appointed as the Acting Chief of Staff for the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, effective November 26, 2018. Dr. George previously served GLAHS as the Associate Chief of Staff for Operations. He received his medical degree from the University of California, Los Angeles. He completed internship and residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, served for 2 years in the US Army Medical Corps in Southwest Germany, and then completed Fellowship in Infectious Diseases at the Wadsworth VA Medical Center. Dr. George served in the following positions at GLAHS: Chief, Infectious Diseases Section; Associate Chief of Staff for Ambulatory Care; Associate Chief, Medical Service; Acting Chief of Medical Service. He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases. He is a Fellow of the American college of Physicians and a Fellow of the Infectious Diseases Society of America.


Portrait of Meghan S Flanz

Meghan S Flanz |

Executive Director, Master Plan

Meghan Flanz was appointed as the new Executive Director for the Master Plan of the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System. In her new position, Ms. Flanz will lead the Draft Master Plan implementation which calls for revitalizing the 388-acre VA West LA Medical Center campus into a vibrant community for Veterans to receive healthcare, benefits, employment and one-of-a-kind supportive services for the most vulnerable Veterans, to include permanent supportive housing for homeless Veterans. She will be a key leader in maintaining transparency, engagement, and effective collaboration with our community partners who share VA’s vision for a truly Veteran-centric campus. Ms. Flanz comes to GLA with more than 16 years of leadership experience working for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Among other roles, she has served as VA’s Deputy General Counsel and Acting General Counsel; as Assistant Secretary for Human Resources and Administration; and as Executive Director and founder of the Office of Accountability Review. A Los Angeles native, Ms. Flanz earned her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley and her Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. Prior to joining VA, she practiced law in several private L.A. law firms; wrote for a local newspaper; and chaired a support group for parents of pediatric cancer patients.


Portrait of Jennifer Worley

Jennifer Worley |

Associate Director, Operations

Jennifer Worley was appointed as the Associate Director, Operations for the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System (GLAHS) effective March 3, 2019. As the Associate Director, Operations, Ms. Worley will oversee the operations of Occupational Safety and Health, Engineering, Environmental Management Service, Police Service, Nutrition & Food Service and have a liaison role with VISN22 Prosthetics, Veterans Canteen Service and OI&T. Prior to this position, Ms. Worley served as the Chief of Nutrition and Food Services (NFS) at GLAHS, a position she has held since 2009. She provided leadership to and managed the largest NFS within Veterans Health Administration. In addition, Ms. Worley served in several Acting positions in GLAHS as the Acting Assistant Director (now titled Associate Director, Operations) and Acting Associate Director (now titled Associate Director, Resources). |Ms. Worley started her professional career at GLAHS after completing the VA dietetic internship at West Los Angeles in 1998 and became a Registered Dietitian. After 9 years as an inpatient clinical dietitian, she was selected as the Assistant Chief, NFS and soon became Chief, NFS. Ms. Worley is a graduate of California State University at Long Beach, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics and Food Administration and Master of Science in Nutritional Science. Ms. Worley completed the VISN 21/22 Leadership Development Institute in 2005. She is a proud native of Los Angeles.


Portrait of Julian H Bond

Julian H Bond |

Acting Associate Director, Resources

Mr. Julian Bond was appointed as the Acting Associate Director, Resources for the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System, effective February 22, 2019. Mr. Bond previously served GLAHS as the Chief Supply Chain Officer. A retired Army Officer and disabled Veteran who proudly receives his healthcare in the VHA system. Prior to the VA, Mr. Bond served in the United States Army with over 29 years as a Quartermaster, Ordnance, Transportation and Multifunctional Logistician Officer, attaining the rank of Colonel. He has commanded at all levels to include Company, Battalion, Brigade and Installation Command with various staff assignments. Mr. Bond was born in Oakland, California. He attended Knox College receiving a BA degree, TUI University receiving a MS degree, Texas A&M University (Bush School of Government & Public Service) completing the Brent Scowcroft Fellowship in Public Administration and a graduate of the United States Army War College. He has served combat tours and overseas deployments with the 3rd Infantry, 4th Infantry, 40th Infantry, and 101st Airborne (Air Assault) Divisions. His awards include the Legion of Merit Medal, Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Parachutist Badge and Air Assault Badge as well as other medals for valor and service.