Chris Jordan, Director of Quality

Chris JordanChris Jordan serves as the Director of Quality Management where he oversees clinical quality improvement, regulatory readiness and infection control activities for The George Washington University Hospital. He has been at this position since January 2011.

Chris previously served as a Quality Improvement Specialist for the hospital with a focus on Core Measure Improvement and regulatory readiness. Prior to entering the field of Quality Improvement, Chris practiced clinically as a Critical Care Nurse for several years both at The George Washington University Hospital and other hospitals in the Washington D.C. area.

Chris earned Bachelor of Science degrees from Georgetown University in Nursing and the University of Massachusetts in Biology. He is currently pursuing his Master of Health Services Administration from The George Washington University.

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