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Matthew Walters, SpecialCare

Vice President of Clinical Services

Mr. Walters is the Vice President of Clinical Services for SpecialCare Hospital Management. His responsibilities include evaluation of clinical care delivery and oversight of all clinical operations; ensuring clinical efficacy and accuracy by evaluating performance standards against national standards of care; as well as company expectations and policy. Through establishing best practices and services according to evidence-based practice, Mr. Walters ensures the integrity of services provided by SpecialCare are upheld, accurately reflecting the episode of care was delivered with minimal interruptions. Mr. Walters is responsible for collaboration with hospital administration, nursing, and physician staff in addition to clinical oversight and staff development of SpecialCare employees.

Mr. Walters is a Registered Nurse with over ten (10) years of experience in healthcare management. Throughout his professional career, he has implemented hospital-based services at over 40 hospital locations and developed services to meet individual client needs. His experience includes Assisted Living Executive Management; clinical management in the Medical, Surgical, and Critical Care departments of acute care hospitals; as well as Legal Nursing and clinical education and delivery.

Mr. Walters is currently pursing dual master’s degrees in Nursing and Business Administration from Western Governors University. He received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Western Governors University, and completed undergraduate studies in Psychology at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana.

Mr. Walters joined the SpecialCare team in 2015 as an Intake Coordinator, later becoming a Service Coordinator. He then moved into Corporate with the role of Director of Clinical Services in 2017, and in 2020 he assumed the role of Senior Director of Clinical Services. He is a member of the International Nurses Society on Addictions.

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