Title: Executive Vice President
Company: Home Care Network East
Location: Dallas, Texas, United States
Xavier McGilberry, Executive Vice President at Home Care Network East, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in health care administration.
Since 2017, Mr. McGilberry has provided superior service with Home Care Network East, a premier home health care facility offering health management, therapy and specialty care to ill or recovering individuals, as director of business development, chief operations officer and currently executive vice president. His responsibilities include helping the company to achieve financial goals and objectives and increase operating performance, preparing budgets, creating businesses plans and solving internal issues as they arise while providing the leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that the company has the proper operational controls, administrative and reporting procedures and people systems in place to effectively grow the organization and to ensure financial strength and operating efficiency.
After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in 2002 from Valdosta State University in Georgia, Mr. McGilberry continued his education with a master’s degree in health leadership from Western Governors University. He excelled with telecommunications company Sprint’s Valdosta branch from 2004 to 2016 as a sales representative assistant, sales manager and sales manager, where he oversaw sales and marketing, employee coaching, closing sales, and customer satisfaction with an emphasis on improving revenue and operational improvement. With Sprint, he was honored with a Top Customer Experience Award, Top Metrics Performance/Metric MVP Award and finished in the top five percent in region for total sales in 2005.
Mr. McGilberry entered the home health care field in 2016 as a marketing account executive with Carepath Home Health and an account executive with Virtual Home Care. The attraction to a career in home health sprang from his firsthand experience with limited health care facilities and services, as his mother was a stroke victim living in an area where the problem was prevalent. The situation drove him to seek a profession that ensured the availability of services for people who are unable to take care of themselves.
As a career highlight, Mr. McGilberry cites changing the dynamics within the organization by creating a culture that focuses on patient care and providing education to the same effect, both for the staff and the people in the community. In the coming years, he mentions that African Americans have the highest chronic illness rates in the country, and he hopes to continue doing his part in his community to help achieve a pronounced reduction in that number, speaking and educating others as much as he can on preventive care.
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