JET HEALTH, INC. APPOINTS SALES LEADERS FOR EAST AND WEST TERRITORIES
Mark Jacoby and Misty Wade Each Promoted to Vice President of Sales —
West and Vice President of Sales, East, Respectively
FORT WORTH, Texas … DATE, 2022 … Jet Health, Inc., a leading regional provider of home health and hospice services, has announced the promotion of two sales leaders. Mark Jacoby and Misty Wade were each promoted to vice president of sales for the organization.
In their respective roles, effective 2022, Jacoby and Wade are responsible for leading growth initiatives across their territories through development and execution of specific strategies and innovative programs. For Jacoby, as vice president of sales – West, this includes sales oversight of Jet Health and its subsidiaries in Colorado, Idaho and New Mexico and for Wade, as vice president of sales – East, the oversight area is primarily Texas.
Jacoby joined Jet Health in late 2021 as director of market development. He brings 25 years of healthcare leadership experience to the Company. Prior to Jet Health, Jacoby most recently served as area vice-president of business development for the second largest home health company in the U.S. Prior, he served in regional and senior-level sales leadership roles with local and national post-acute corporations. Jacoby led sales teams and developed effective initiatives throughout the Western U.S., Mid-West and Hawaii.
Wade also joined Jet Health in late 2021 as area vice president of sales. Earlier, Wade spent more than 13 years in sales leadership roles at one of the nation’s largest hospital and post-acute care companies. Most recently, she served as regional sales director, overseeing sales operations and strategic growth initiatives, at this same entity.
Jacoby commented on his new role at Jet Health: “My position at Jet Health takes me closer to fulfilling my passion of leading people towards success by instilling confidence in them and helping them build a roadmap to overcome challenges while assisting them in identifying a clear path towards accomplishing their biggest career goals. As a veteran sales professional, this stands out as the highlight of my job function, and I’m grateful that I get to do it each and every day.
My biggest challenges and successes lie in helping underperformers elevate their efforts while leading highly productive professionals toward achieving more than they imagined possible. I am enthusiastic about accomplishing these types of successes in my new position with Jet Health.”
Wade said of her new role: “As a seasoned sales leader, I believe in setting examples for others that enable them to perform beyond all expectations. I’m a firm believer that equipping and empowering my team will clearly demonstrate value to our stakeholders and escalate leadership in the marketplace. Developing partnerships through a solutions-based approach is what will drive successful outcomes for our company and the team.”
“Both Mark and Misty proved their capabilities in a short period of time with Jet Health. Each exhibited high levels of confidence, strong leadership and solid results which earned them these promotions to newly created posts within the Jet Health structure. We look forward to the continued contributions each of them will make in their corresponding positions with the Company as Jet Health expands and brings an increasing number of people the care they need in the comfort of their own homes,” said Stacie Bratcher, Jet Health’s chief executive officer.
About Jet Health
Fort Worth, Texas-based Jet Health, Inc. is a home health and hospice provider offering skilled nursing care, physical, speech and occupational therapy, medical social services, hospice and personal care services. The Company operates from locations in Texas, New Mexico, Colorado and Idaho. Founded in 2016, Jet Health continues to build its business through organic growth, strategic acquisitions and de novo development in target markets. Jet Health leverages local brands and operating expertise and shares best practices across its companies while centralizing back-office functions.