Administrator/Health Care Ombudsman
Maude Regenia Holt is the Administrator and Health Care Ombudsman for the Office of Health Care Ombudsman and Bill of Rights for the District of Columbia’s Department of Health Care Finance. Ms. Holt, a native of Alabama, brings over twenty-five years of experience in health care administration and management.
Ms. Holt is an advocate for access to better health care and quality health services in the District of Columbia. Her distinguished career was highlighted when she was chosen to be a 2010 Recipient of the Cafritz Award for Distinguished Services for District of Columbia employees.
Ms. Holt has served in other capacities including: Health Systems Administrator in the DC Department of Health ; Assistant Executive Director for Administrative Support Services at the DC General Hospital; Coordinator Managed Care and Primary Health Care at DC General Hospital ; Administrator for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services for the Commission of Public Health, Washington, DC; Assistant Administrator of the Neurology and Rehabilitation Inpatient floors and the Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Outpatient Clinics for the Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida and Director of the Central Intake and Detoxification Unit for Metropolitan Dade County, and Administrator of the Liberty Center Health Services Center for Metropolitan Dade County
Ms. Holt served as a visiting professor at the Florida International University, Department of Health Services Administration, School of Public Affairs and Services in Miami, Florida. Ms. Holt has a B.A. from Alabama Agriculture and Mechanical University, Normal, Alabama and an MBA from the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida.