There’s a simple explanation for NES Health’s success and longevity as a company: our leadership team. Those who serve in upper-management have decades of clinical and administrative experience and are a unique blend of board-certified emergency physicians, seasoned executives, and business innovators. Our team is completely committed to not only maximizing the success of our client hospitals, but also the clinicians who build their careers with us.

Jennifer Moore, CPA, MBA, MHA

Chief Executive Officer

Jennifer began her career working for Arthur Andersen’s healthcare division (now Andersen Worldwide). She subsequently worked in various financial and operational capacities for several healthcare organizations, including a previous term with NES Health as Controller. After earning her MBA and MHA at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Jennifer worked as Regional Market Manager for HCA’s North Florida Regional Medical Center. Subsequently, she served as System Controller for the Main Line Health System in Pennsylvania, which included three acute care hospitals, a rehabilitation hospital, a home health agency, hospice, and a primary care network. Jennifer is an accomplished financial manager with demonstrated success in financial operations and project management. She completed her BS in accounting at Bentley College in Waltham, Massachusetts and is a licensed CPA.

Chris Pepin, BSN, MBA

Chief Operations Officer

Chris brings over 15 years of healthcare practice to NES Health—including working in EDs from Maine to Hawaii that ranged in size from small rural, 4-bed departments to 60-bed tertiary trauma centers. He has worked in ICU settings and was a flight nurse in Alaska for nearly five years. His leadership roles have included Director of Emergency Department and EMS programs, while also undertaking a multi-facility Quality and Service Excellence position. This variety of acute emergency experiences—combined with Lean Principles and project management training—give him a strong background to contribute to ED project improvement initiatives for our client hospitals. His role at NES Health is to help our organization develop and maintain quality and patient safety practices and standards, while creating innovative approaches that ensure the delivery of excellence in emergency medicine. Chris earned his BS in nursing from Husson University in Bangor, Maine, he then went on to complete his MBA at St. Joseph’s College in Standish, Maine. He is a certified emergency nurse (CEN) and certified critical care nurse (CCRN).

Steven Wexler, MD, FAAEM
National Medical Director

Dr. Wexler has worked with NES Health as a Regional Medical Director for the past six years while also serving as Medical Director for Day Kimball Hospital in Putnam, Connecticut. He previously worked as the Assistant Director and Quality Director for the Waterbury Hospital Emergency Department in Waterbury, Connecticut. Dr. Wexler previously served as Assistant Clinical Instructor for Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons while working as the Assistant Residency Director for the St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Emergency Medicine Residency Program. He graduated from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1993; completed his internship year in Internal Medicine at Montefiore Hospital in Bronx, New York; and went on to finish his residency and chief residency in emergency medicine at Jacobi Hospital in the Bronx.

Steven Wexler

My life is surrounded by women.  I have 3 girls Mikayla age 19, Samara age 15, and Talia age 12.  My wife and I went to junior and senior high school proms together!   My children have allowed me to get back to many things that I love like coaching their hockey teams, skiing and sailing. Lately, I have been spending more time on my road bike doing some long charity rides and dabbling in the occasional triathlon.  I love doing mission work and for the past 5 years I have been going to Haiti on medical missions.  Mikayla has gone with me twice and this year I am taking Samara.

Little known fact: I used to coach college women’s ice hockey.

Future plans:  To have more time to get back into competitive sailboat racing.