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Overton Brooks VA Medical Center


Associate Director for Patient Care Services


Todd A. Moore, RN, MSHA

Assistant Director
Overton Brooks VA Medical Center

Todd A. Moore was appointed Assistant Director effective March 13, 2011 and is serving as the Acting Associate Director. Mr. Moore has been at Overton Brooks VA Medical Center since January 12, 1992 and has held numerous roles to include Utilization Management Coordinator, Chief of Performance Improvement, Executive Assistant to the Medical Center Director and Interim Associate Director. He graduated from the Executive Career Field training program in 2009 and also completed the Healthcare Leadership Institute training program in 2007.

Before coming to the Overton Brooks VA Medical Center, he worked in the private sector for Willis Knighton Healthcare System, HCA and Humana hospital corporations. His experience includes positions as critical care RN, Charge Nurse for SICU/CCU, Charge Nurse and Quality Assurance Coordinator, Evening Nursing Supervisor, and Associate Executive Director of Nursing.

During his tenure at Overton Brooks VA Medical Center he led the triennial Joint Commission survey preparation in 1996, which resulted in a perfect 100 score for the Hospital Accreditation program. He has led numerous improvement teams both at a local and national level. In 2008 he co-chaired a VA OQP/EES national work group that developed a series of Joint Commission learning resource toolkits that was utilized by staff for Joint Commission preparation. He has co-authored two articles in the Journal for Healthcare Quality that featured quality improvement success stories at Overton Brooks VA Medical Center.

He is active in the Children’s Craniofacial Association, which assists families of children with craniofacial differences. He serves as a National Path-finder in the association providing guidance, support and information to parents of children with craniofacial disorders.

He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from Northwestern State University in 1984 and a Master of Science Degree in Healthcare Administration from Kennedy Western University in 2004. He resides in Bossier City, Louisiana with his wife Clemy and son Brandon.