Assistant Professor, HAP
Phone: (703) 993-3515
Building: Peterson Hall, Room 4406
Dr. Tammie Jones is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Administration and Policy and a health services researcher in the Center for Health Workforce at George Mason University. She is a board-certified healthcare executive with over 25 years of leadership experience ranging from stand-alone health clinics to regional health systems operating across multiple states. Her responsibilities included strategic planning, health policy development and implementation, emergency operations management and planning, and leadership in primary, specialty, and tertiary care settings.
A veteran, she retired from the U.S. Army as a Medical Service Corps officer after 23 years of service.
Following military service, she spent 4 years with MITRE Corporation where she employed her operational experience and research skills to support strategic initiatives for the Department of Health and Human Services (included the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), Department of Veterans Affairs, and Department of Defense.
Her primary research is focused on the health workforce and developing a model for studying the supply and demand of health workers in Virginia. Her research interests also include access to care, rural health, payment and care delivery reform, social determinants of health, and Veterans and military health.
A list of publications is available at Dr. Jones' website.
- PhD, Health Services Research, George Mason University
- Graduate Certificate, Health Informatics & Data Analytics, George Mason University
- MHA, Health Care Administration, Baylor University
- MS, Business Organizational Management, University of Laverne
- BS, Healthcare Management & Wellness Promotion, Austin Peay State University