Dr. Jack Nemecek is a full-time university professor who has completed two careers, one in healthcare administration and one in public health. He holds a PhD in Public Health from Walden University, an MBA and BBA in Healthcare Administration from National University, and an AS in Allied Health from George Washington University.
Dr. Nemecek has taught nearly all course offerings that are healthcare administration and/or public health related, at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate level. He also has experience mentoring doctoral students as committee Chairperson, and committee member. He is an expert at course development, serving as a subject matter expert on numerous university committees.
Dr. Nemecek began his career in military medicine as an Independent Duty Hospital Corpsman in the United States Navy. After 12 years as an enlisted man, he was Commissioned an Ensign in the U.S. Navy Medical Service Corps as a healthcare administrator. He served on active duty for 22 years, serving in numerous capacities as a senior level healthcare administrator, to include: Director of Human Resources, Director of Education/Training, Director of Operations, Director of Administration, and Director of U. S. Navy Healthcare Construction West Coast Operations.
Upon his retirement from the U. S. Navy, Dr. Nemecek began another career as a Public Health Advisor with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. For another 20 years, he served in numerous capacities including grants management and as Deputy Branch Chief for the Education, Information and Partnership Branch of the National Immunization Program.
Dr. Nemecek was born and raised in the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio. He is married with three sons and four grandchildren, residing in Ft. Myers, Florida. In his leisure time he golfs, gardens and reads for pleasure.