Deneen M. Richmond
Luminis Health Doctors Community Medical Center
Deneen Richmond is the president at Luminis Health Doctors Community Medical Center in Lanham, Maryland. She is passionate about improving the health of our communities, promoting health equity and eradicating health disparities. Her work in this area has been extensively covered by the local and national media. Ms. Richmond has more than 30 years of healthcare leadership experience. Prior to her role as president, Ms. Richmond served as the Chief Quality, Patient Safety & Population Health officer for Luminis Health and before then, vice president of Population Health & Clinical Improvement at Anne Arundel Medical Center. Ms. Richmond came to Anne Arundel Medical Center from Inova Health System, where she served as vice president of Performance Improvement and Outcomes. She has also held senior leadership positions at Holy Cross Hospital, the Delmarva Foundation and the National Committee for Quality Assurance. Ms. Richmond holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of the District of Columbia and a master’s degree in health care administration from The George Washington University. She is an adjunct professor at The George Washington University and recipient of the Milken School of Public Health Excellence in Teaching Masters Level Online Award. Ms. Richmond has received a number of professional accolades, including being named a “2004 Up and Comer” by Modern Healthcare; a “2014 Distinguished Healthcare Leader” by the Washington, DC chapter of the National Association of Health Service Executives; a “2022 Firebird on Fire” by the University of the District of Columbia National Alumni Society; a “2022 Women Who Bravely Lead” honoree by State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy; and a “2022 Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award” by the George Washington University MHA Alumni Association. Ms. Richmond is a resident of Bowie, MD.