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Leadership

Chief Executive Officers

Nicole Jordan-Martin

Nicole Jordan-Martin

Chief Executive Officer
NYC Health + Hospitals/Community Care

Ms. Jordan-Martin provides leadership and oversight of the Community Care Division of NYC Health + Hospitals, including a certified home health agency and community-based care management programs. She also leads the New York City Test & Trace Corps’ COVID-19 Take Care Hotel Program inclusive of free hotel rooms, clinical monitoring and support, testing and vaccination, for residents and visitors of New York City who require isolation or quarantine. Ms. Jordan-Martin also served as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Program Officer at Community Care.

Ms. Jordan-Martin has held several healthcare delivery system transformation roles nationally and internationally. As Senior Assistant Vice President, Executive Director for Implementation, and Hub Executive Director at NYC Health + Hospitals / OneCity Health, she served as the lead representative with accountability for the successful design, implementation, and operations of several projects for the Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) Program.

Prior to this, as a Senior Director at Montefiore Health System, she led the design, implementation, and monitoring of Montefiore’s Bronx Accountable Healthcare Network Health Home program in coordination with Montefiore Pioneer Accountable Care Organization. She served as Project / Country Director for the Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Center at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey where she led the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of a 5-year infrastructural project in Guyana, South America under the auspices of the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, that focused on expanding HIV care, treatment and support services including laboratory infrastructure, counseling and testing, antiretroviral treatment and workforce development. She has also consulted for the World Health Organization on a regional approach to scaling up the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and pediatric HIV care and treatment in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Ms. Jordan-Martin has also held several health plan roles in provider relations, hospital and physician contracting, and disease management and health promotion vendor contracting and management.

Ms. Jordan-Martin received an MPA in Public Health Administration from Long Island University and a BS in Health Services Administration from St. Joseph’s College where she also earned certificates in Healthcare management and Home Care Administration. She is currently a doctoral student at The George Washington University.