Our Team

The management team of Promontory Health Companies understands what it takes to operate in today’s demanding healthcare environment.  Our team features three decades of proven industry experience.  We apply our extensive post acute care and skilled nursing facility knowledge to achieve success through discipline, teamwork, and customer values. Our goal is to deliver nothing less than exceptional financial performance through efficient day-to-day operations.

James G. Adamson, Founder + Partneradamson lee gov

Mr. Adamson is one of the founders of Promontory Healthcare. He has an operating, finance, and venture capital background. Mr. Adamson has been a successful investor in more than 40 healthcare ventures. Moreover, he was the founder of a venture capital fund and served as a board member and/or officer to many of the ventures. These ventures have been focused on Healthcare Services: Ambulatory Surgical Centers, Medical office buildings, Surgical Hospitals, Community Hospitals, Transitional Care Facilities, Imaging Centers and Urgent Care. He has successfully sold ten different healthcare companies. The Buyers of these companies include: HCA, Memorial Hermann, Symbion, USPI and Nueterra. Mr. Adamson has also served as an investor and organizer of partnerships with large healthcare real estate developers and Real Estate Investment Trusts. He has served as a partner or officer in many real estate, food distribution and international finance ventures as well.

Jason Jensen, Director of Operations + Executive Director Promontory Point Rehabilitation

Mr. Jensen has been in administration in hospitals, transitional care units (TCUs), and skilled nursing facilities (SNF) since 2006. He has operated facilities in states across the West. He has been a board member on Idaho’s Healthcare Association for assisted living and skilled nursing facilities. His abilities to guide troubled facilities back into compliance and lead facilities to qualify for and receive the State of Idaho’s L. Jean Schoonover Quality Care Award are among his many strengths as an administrator. He was the recipient of Idaho Region Star Garnet ‘Administrator of the Year’ Award in 2008. He provides consulting to Assisted Living facilities, Home Health and Hospice Companies, and Skilled Nursing Facilities.

David E. Williamson, Executive Director Old Mill Rehabilitation

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Mr. Williamson is the Executive Director of Old Mill Rehabilitation located in Omaha, Nebraska.  He has 12 years of administration background serving a variety of skilled nursing facilities in Western Nebraska.  Two weeks out of High School, Mr. Williamson was in basic training where he started his medical career.  Mr. Williamson served 21 years in the United States Army in positons of authority serving the most elite soldiers, sailors and airman in the military.  Other than Basic Training and Individual schooling the entire military career was served in the Special Operations Community.  He served as a Special Forces Medic, Battalion Medic, Group Medic of the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne); as an Operations Officer for the Joint Special Operations Command and concluded his service as the Non-Commissioned Officer In Charge of all Special Operations Forces Medics at the United States Army Special Operations Command.

Upon retiring, Mr. Williamson started working as a Nursing Assistant and then became what is now a Mediation Aide and moved into the Restorative Coordinator position.  He later served three years as the Director of Staff Development at which point made the decision to enter into the managerial position of a Nursing Home Administrator.

From the experience gained in the military to serving as the Executive Director of this Transitional Care Unit or Short Term Rehabilitation the lesson learned is people helping people.  It is the environment where good people take care of good people entrusted to our care.  They are entrusted to our care in an environment where they will come to Rest, Relax and Recover from their hospital stay to be able to return to home or a lesser level and continue to do the things they want to do.  It has been a very rewarding to invest in people helping people, whether the most elite military members to the most special of our assets in this country, those entrusted to our care.