Serving Those Who Served
Med+Vets is a third-party healthcare facility specializing in the healthcare needs of service-connected disabled veterans. Our core values aren’t just something we talk about. We live them every day. The source of our strength as a company is fueled by taking care of those that were willing to pay the ultimate sacrifice. It’s the reason why we have made this commitment to excellence.
"Always show more kindness than seems necessary because the person receiving it needs it more than you will ever know."
Bernard A. Smith
Mr. Smith has extensive experience in the development of Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses, particularly in management, and procurement opportunities for Veterans/Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses. Previous positions held include: Storekeeper, Lansing Correctional Facility, Mail Handler, for United State Postal Services, Information Technology Specialist, for the Department of Homeland Security, Homeless Veterans Support Employment Specialist for the Department of Veterans Affairs, Contract Specialist for the Office of Personnel Management and Personnel/Information System for the U.S. Army.
Mr. Smith is a subject matter expert on Veterans/Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, business strategic positioning, marketing, business administration, and management. He has a solid background in coaching and mentoring Veterans/Service Disabled-Owned small business owners interested in conducting business with the federal government, and reviewing and analyzing business and marketing plans.
Mr. Smith has served as a subject matter expert to numerous national small business conferences, expos, and committees. With his “there is a future in tomorrow ” approach, Mr. Smith has motivated and coached many Veteran/Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small businesses on how to network to expand opportunities with the power of small business strategic positioning.
Mr. Smith holds a Master of Business Administration/Health Services Administration (MBA) from Strayer University and a Bachelor of arts/Acquisition and Contract Management, Cum Laude (BA) from Strayer University; and is a FAC-C Level II Certification for Contracting and Contracting Officer’s Representative Level II. Currently, Mr. Smith is working toward his doctoral degree in Healthcare Administration and accreditation as a claim agent under the VA Accreditation Program.
As a retired/service disable veteran Mr. Smith strongly believe that the best thing I can do to give back to my community, which has helped in my development and growth, is the gift of knowledge. To inform, is to know, to know is to act upon, to act upon, is to achieve success and pass it on so that others can truly understand the meaning in “There’s a future in tomorrow.”
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