Brentwood-based Corizon announced today the promotions of Jane Lachner to vice president of operations for the Southeast Jail Region and Levin Jones to vice president of operations for the Midwest Jail Region.
Lachner joined Corizon, which provides health care services to corrections facilities, in 1999 as a staff nurse. She was later promoted to health services administrator and then regional vice president for southern Florida. In 2011, her regional vice president responsibilities were expanded to include all Florida jails.
“Jane has achieved several notable accomplishments during her tenure with Corizon, including the proactive establishment of relationships with local physicians and hospitals to improve utilization management, and the institution of a program to recruit and hire Puerto Rican physicians for positions in hard-to-fill locations,” Carla Cesario, Corizon senior vice president of eperations, said in a release.
Jones joined Corizon in 2004, also as a staff nurse. Since that time, he has been promoted to health services administrator and then to regional clinical programs manager where he assumed clinical oversight of 15 contracts. He also served as regional vice president, managing 13 jail facilities and eight contracts, and was awarded the Region of the Year award in 2010.
“Levin’s leadership in achieving excellent clinical results, effectiveness in building long-term relationships and ability to remain calm in challenging situations has earned him the respect and confidence of his clients, team members and colleagues,” said Cesario.