MASS Board of Directors are distinguished members of the Jacksonville community.
Dr. Rathore has lived in Jacksonville since 1991. He is a Professor at University of Florida College of Medicine. Dr. Rathore is Founding Chair of MASS, Inc. In addition to serving on the MASS board he has been active in many other community organizations including serving on the boards of Leadership Jacksonville, Islamic Center of Northeast Florida and OneJax. Dr. Rathore speaks frequently with community groups and organizations regarding Islam and the Muslims in America. He also serves as President of Duval County Medical Society and Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Previously he has served on the Medical Board of Wolfson Children’s Hospital, Steering Committee of the Annual Autism Conference, Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society and HIV Medical Association.
Mr. Khawaja is an attorney and has been in practice of law since 1996, in Jacksonville, Florida. He graduated from Valparaiso University School of Law in 1995, before starting law school, Mr. Khawaja earned Master of Business Administration from University of Hartford, Connecticut in 1992. He is admitted to practice law in the State of Florida; United States Court of Appeals for Eleventh Circuit; United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida; and United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Mr. Khawaja is a member of The Florida Bar; Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Mr. Khawaja served as the President of the Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association in 2007 – 2008, and as the Chairman, Board of Directors of the Jacksonville Bankruptcy Bar Association in 2008 – 2009. He has received an “AV Preeminent” rating, highest rating in legal ability and ethical standards by Martindale-Hubbell. Mr. Khawaja utilizes his legal and business background to assists MASS in managing its organizational affairs.
Ms. Gloger received her B.A. in History with a Spanish minor from Northern Illinois University where she was a member of the Phi Alpha Theta, National History Honor Society, the University Honors Program, Sigma Delta Tau Sorority, Pershing Rifles and the Color Guard for the Huskie Marching Band. She received her Master of Science, Safety and Systems Management, a joint business and engineering school program from the Viterbi College of Engineering at the University of Southern California.
Ms. Gloger was commissioned as a United States Army Medical Service Corps Officer and served with the Academy of Health Sciences at Fort Sam Houston, First Medical Battalion of the First Infantry Division, Irwin Army Hospital and the US Army Health Services Command Inspector General.
She was Director of Integrated Accreditation at the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) following her active duty service.
From 1983-1997, she served as Vice President for Medical Affairs at St Vincent’s Medical Center in Jacksonville, Florida. At St. Vincent’s she also had executive responsibility for professional departments including cardiology, radiology and radiation oncology. While at St. Vincent’s she was activated for Desert Fox and Desert Storm and was deployed stateside to Texas.
From 1996 through 2012, she served as CEO of American Medical Partnership, Inc. (AMP), a healthcare consulting company focusing on external medical staff peer review, preparation of organizations for JCAHO and governmental agency inspections, and quality and risk. In 2000, she concurrently assumed the position of Vice President, Risk Management for Preferred Professional Insurance Company, an AM Best A- rated medical malpractice carrier.
In 2004, she joined PMC Services Inc. in Jacksonville, Florida. As their Chief Operating Officer, she provided management consulting and strategic direction for a multi-specialty physician practice with multiple office locations, Hospitalist groups and services at several acute care and long-term acute care hospitals.
In 2009, she joined Baptist Health, NE Florida as the Administrator, Hospital and Post-Acute Care Medicine, serving as the chief administrative officer for a program spanning 4 medical centers and 4 post-acute care facilities with a growing medical staff that currently includes 80 physicians and 12 mid-level providers. Thrilled to play this pivotal role in the largest and most successful health system in NE Florida, she serves on numerous committees at the individual medical center and also health system level. In 2012, the decision was made to close AMP due to the extent of her duties for Baptist Health.
In addition to her responsibilities with Baptist Heath and AMP, Ms. Gloger is active in many community and professional organizations including Rotary Club of South Jacksonville (past-president), Rotary Leadership Institute instructor, Rotary District 697 Board of Directors and Youth Exchange Officer, Board of Directors member for One Jax, Episcopal Early Learning Centers, Inc. and Episcopal Children’s Services, North Florida Regional Health Organization and numerous not-for-profit organizations. She also serves on the School Advisory Committee, Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. Ms. Gloger is a member of the Quality Committees for St. Catherine Laboure Senior Services Board Quality Committee and River Garden Senior Services Quality Board. Most recently she proudly joined the Board of the Jacksonville, Florida Muslim American Social Services organization.
Ms. Gloger is a member of the Society of Hospital Medicine and its Administrators’ Committee, Medical Group Management Association, American College of Health Care Executives and the Leadership Jacksonville Alumni Association. She is a Senior Fellow of Hospital Medicine and was named a Woman of Distinction by the Jacksonville YWCA. She was a member of the Leadership Jacksonville Class of 2000.
She is married to Roger (Rod) Hindman and they have 3 children who reside in Jacksonville, Florida, Berlin, Germany and Seoul, Korea. They are proud to be grandparents of 6 grandchildren.
Diane S. Raines, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, has served at Baptist Health for over 35 years, including the role of CNO for the past eleven. She is a Johnson & Johnson Wharton Executive Fellow in Nursing and a member of Sigma Theta Tau, the American Nurses Association and the American Organization of Nurse Executives. As the CNO, Dr. Raines helped lead the organization to Magnet recognition twice. She is responsible for quality patient care for five hospitals. In that capacity, she led the team that adopted innovative fabric technology for clinical uniforms and patient garments, the first health system in the world to have a system-wide adoption.
Dr. Nasrullah Ghafoor works as a Hospitalist in Jacksonville providing services to Baptist and St. Vincent health care systems. He has been a resident of Jacksonville since 2000. After moving to Jacksonville he established his independent hospitalist practice that has grown to 10 physicians. He graduated from medical school in Lahore, Pakistan and immigrated to USA in 1991. He completed his residency in internal medicine from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. For the past 3 years he has been involved with the Muslim American Social Services, an independent project of the Islamic Center of Northeast Florida, as its Medial Director for the free clinic. He is working with a group of physicians and community volunteers to increase access to medical services for those people who do not have the means to get quality medical care. He is also a member of the World Affairs Council of Jacksonville.
Mr. Sayed has been active in the local community for more than 15 years. Mr. Sayed volunteers his time working closely with providers and support staff to ensure that clinic runs as smooth as possible. He has participated and served on the boards of several nonprofit organizations. He has been working as IT professional for last 27 years and is employed with Rimini Street Inc. He is passionate about helping GOD’s creation.