Committee on Clinical Leadership


Committee on Clinical Leadership Members

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Thomas R. Yackel, MD, MPH, MS, MBA, FACP, Chair-Elect is currently the President of MCV Physicians, which is the faculty practice plan of VCU Health System. He also serves as senior associate dean for clinical affairs in the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. Prior to joining MCV, Dr. Yackel served as the chief health information officer for the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) for ten years. He is a practicing primary care internist and is board certified in internal medicine and clinical informatics. Dr. Yackel graduated from George Washington University in 1996 with Doctor of Medicine and Master of Public Health degrees. He continued his training as a primary care internal medicine resident at George Washington University Hospital and served as chief resident. In 2002, he completed a fellowship and Master of Science in medical informatics at OHSU.

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Patrice M. Weiss, MD, FACOG, Chair is the executive vice president and chief medical officer of Carilion Clinic. Prior to joining Carilion Clinic, Dr. Weiss served as vice chair of education, research, and academic compliance as well as residency program director at Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown, Pa. She was also the medical director of risk management for Lehigh Valley Physician Group. Dr. Weiss has served as chair of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologist (ACOG) Patient Safety & Quality Improvement Committee and serves on the Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics board of directors serving as the ex officio member of the Professional Liability Committee and the Voluntary review of Quality of Care Steering Committee. Dr. Weiss received her medical degree from Hahnemann University (Drexel) School of Medicine where she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha honorary medical society and completed her residency at Lehigh Valley Hospital. She completed the Council of University Chairs of Obstetrics and Gynecology Fellowship in Academic Leadership.

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Adam L. Myers, MD, MHCM, FACHE, CHCQM, CPHRM, Past Chair serves as the chief of Population Health and the chair of Cleveland Clinic Community Care at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, OH. In this role Dr. Myers encompasses leadership of the ambulatory practices, community internal medicine, geriatrics, community pediatrics, family medicine, hospital medicine, express care, post-acute medicine, ambulatory pharmacy, medical care@home, distance health, the ACO structure, the 6000 member clinically integrated network, wellness, integrative medicine, executive health, three residency programs, ambulatory behavioral medicine, the employee health plan, as well as the center for value based research. Prior to joining the clinic, Dr. Myers served as Chief Medical Officer and Chief Operating Officer of Texas Health Physicians Group, a 1000-member multi-specialty group affiliated with Texas Health Resources. Dr. Myers also served as chair of clinical integration for a 3000 member joint venture CIN with UTSW called Southwestern Health Resources. Dr. Myers received his undergraduate degree from Centenary College of Louisiana in Shreveport, where he graduated from Louisiana State University Medical Center with honors. He completed his residency at Hillcrest Medical Center in Tulsa, Okla., and completed a fellowship in advanced obstetrics at the University of Oklahoma Obstetrics and Gynecology Department where he then taught for seven years.

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Roxie C. Wells, MD, board liaison is the President of Bladen and Hoke Healthcare/Hospitals in North Carolina. In her current position she provides executive leadership and operation management of Bladen Healthcare, which includes the critical access hospital in Elizabethtown, multi-specialty physician practices, pharmacy, imaging and multiple hospital-based service lines. Additionally, she provides operational management of Hoke Healthcare, LLC, a 60 acre campus that includes physician practices, retail pharmacy, imaging, an information technology hub for the health system and a 41 bed hospital. Previously, Dr. Wells served as Associate Chief Medical Officer for Ambulatory Services at Cape Fear Medical System where she provided leadership of 33 multi-specialty physician practices across the health system. Dr. Wells received her undergraduate degree and graduate degrees from Fayetteville State University and her medical degree at East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine in Greenville. She completed a residency in family practice at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington.

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Brooke Buckley, MD, FACS is the chief medical officer at Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital in Wyandotte, MI. Prior to her position at Henry Ford Wyandotte, Dr. Buckley was the vice president and chief medical officer at Meritus Health in Hagerstown, MD. Dr. Buckley has dedicated a significant portion of her training and professional life to organized medicine and taking a broader look at medical care delivery, with specific interests in emergency surgical care health-care delivery to rural communities, and physician well-being. Dr. Buckley completed her undergraduate studies at The Johns Hopkins University and medical school at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and Public Health. Dr. Buckley completed her general surgical internship and residency at Fairview Hospital in the Cleveland Clinic System before taking her first surgical position with Shore Health in Easton, Maryland in 2007.

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Christine M. Carr, MD, CPE, FACEP is the senior clinical advisor for the South Carolina Hospital Association and the chief clinical officer for Health Sciences South Carolina. She is a clinically active professor of Emergency Medicine and Public Health Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston.  A Cornell University graduate, Dr. Carr went on to earn her M.D. at the Medical University of South Carolina, then completed her internship and residency in Emergency Medicine at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. Dr. Carr’s academic expertise is in clinical informatics and health information exchange.

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Kenneth J. Cochran, DSc, RN, MBA, FACHE has more than 15 years of hospital experience including diversified experience in clinical department management. He currently serves as president and chief executive officer at Opelousas General Health System located in Opelousas, LA. Prior to serving as CEO of Opelousas General Health System, Dr. Cochran served as president and CEO of River Valley Health Partners located in East Liverpool, OH and Executive Officer of Cibola General Hospital located in Grants, NM. Dr. Cochran also has a background as a Chief Nursing Officer serving at Colorado Plains Medical Center located in Fort Morgan and Good Samaritan Hospital in Bakersfield, CA.

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Jason C. Cohen, MD serves as chief medical officer at North Valley Hospital located in Whitefish, MT. He received his B.A. in Comparative Politics from Wesleyan University and obtained his medical degree from the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine. He completed his internship at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) in internal medicine. Dr. Cohen has practiced in a variety of clinical environments, including large community and rural critical access hospitals. He was on faculty at University of New Mexico School of Medicine, and co-founded a health clinic for low-income women in rural Montana. Dr. Cohen is a member of several professional associations, including the American Medical Association, American College of Physicians, American Board of Internal Medicine, Society of Hospital Medicine, and the Legislative Committee of the Montana Medical Association. In his current role as CMO of North Valley Hospital, Dr. Cohen is actively involved in creating physician partnerships across the newly affiliated hospital system to develop care protocols and embed best practices in patient care plans.

Fritz François, MD, MSc, FACG Fritz François, MD, MSc, FACG serves as chief medical officer at NYU Langone Health. In this role he is responsible for the day-to-day coordination of medical care, clinical quality, risk assessment, system improvement, utilization management, patient experience and infection surveillance across all medical and surgical services within the health system. Additionally, he helped lead efforts to open NYU Langone’s state-of-the-art Kimmel Pavilion and Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital, and improve results around quality, safety, efficiency and patient satisfaction. Prior to his appointment in 2015, Dr. François served as chief of medicine at NYU Langone’s Tisch Hospital, leading transformative efforts around Value Based Management and leadership development at NYU Langone. Dr. François is an academic gastroenterologist with over 70 peer-reviewed publications, book chapters, and presentations in his research areas of interest, which include esophageal disease, H. pylori, Hepatitis C, and colorectal cancer screening in minority populations. He has been funded by the NIH, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the American College of Gastroenterology, and the University of Malaya. Dr. François earned a BA with commencement speaker honors from NYU College of Arts and Science and completed his medical degree at NYU Grossman School of Medicine, where he stayed for his internship, residency, chief residency, and gastroenterology fellowship.
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Steven I. Goldstein serves as president and chief executive officer of Strong Memorial Hospital of the University of Rochester, NY. Mr. Goldstein also serves as vice president for the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC), president and chief executive officer for Highland Hospital in Rochester, president for long-term care for URMC, and president of Strong Partners Health System. In addition, he is a professor of community and preventive medicine for the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. Prior to assuming his position at Strong, Mr. Goldstein served in executive or administrative positions at Rochester General Hospital, The Children's Medical Center in Dayton, OH, the University of Nebraska Hospitals and Clinics, and the Nebraska Psychiatric Institute in Omaha, NE. He also served as assistant clinical professor in the Department of Community Medicine at Wright State University School of Medicine in Dayton, OH. He is the past chairman of the Hospital Association of New York State and served on the AHA Board of Trustees.

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Thomas J. Hansen, MD, FAAFP, MBA has served as chief academic officer of Advocate Health Care since 2013. As such, Dr. Hansen oversees medical student education, residency education, continuing medical education, library services and research. Prior to joining Advocate Health Care, Dr. Hansen served as associate dean of medical education and associate professor of family medicine at Creighton University School of Medicine in Omaha, Neb. Dr. Hansen received his medical degree from Creighton University School of Medicine and his master’s in business administration from Creighton University College of Business Administration.

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Marshall E. Hicks, MD is a professor of interventional radiology and Head of the Division of Diagnostic Imaging at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. He has served in this role since 2010. Before this appointment, he served as Department Chair ad interim of the Department of Diagnostic Radiology, as well as Section Chief of Interventional Radiology. He is a former president of the Society of Interventional Radiology. Dr. Hicks received his medical degree from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine and completed a clinical internship in general surgery at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, GA. After completing a radiology residency and serving as an instructor in vascular radiology at Indiana University Medical Center in Indianapolis, IN, he completed a clinical fellowship in interventional/vascular radiology at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver, CO. Dr. Hicks served as an assistant professor and associate professor at the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology in St. Louis, MO, before joining MD Anderson in 1998.

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Tommy Ibrahim, MD is president and chief executive officer for the Bassett Healthcare Network. Dr. Ibrahim will use his innovative and forward-looking drive to embrace the future of health care and to advance Bassett’s mission of improving the health of their patients and the well-being of their communities. Prior to his time at Bassett, Dr. Ibrahim was the executive vice president and chief physician executive of INTEGRIS, where he was the executive leader of INTEGRIS physician and medical staff leaders. Dr. Ibrahim has served in executive health care for nine years. Dr. Ibrahim received his Bachelor of Medical Science degree and his Doctor of Medicine degree from St. Christopher’s College of Medicine in Cambridge, England, and holds a Master of Science degree in Health Administration from Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey.

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Hal B. Jenson, MD, MBA has been professor of pediatrics and microbiology and chief of pediatric infectious diseases at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Texas; professor and chair of the Department of Pediatrics and director of the Center for Pediatric Research at Eastern Virginia Medical School and Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters in Norfolk, Virginia; professor of pediatrics and dean of Baystate Medical Center, Western Campus of Tufts University School of Medicine. He specializes in clinical infectious diseases and virology, and was named founding dean of Western Michigan University School of Medicine in January 2011. Dr. Jenson has a Doctor of Medicine from George Washington University School of Medicine and completed a pediatric residency at Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital at Case Western Reserve University and a fellowship in pediatric infectious diseases at Yale University School of Medicine. He was a visiting fellow in molecular biology in 1984 at the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research in Cambridge, U.K. In 2003, he graduated with an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.

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Sharmila Makhija, MD, MBA, FACOG is an international expert on gynecologic cancer, currently serves as Department Chair of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Women’s Health, professor of gynecologic oncology, and the The Chella and Moise Safra Endowed Chair at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Health System. She has published and lectured nationally and internationally on developmental therapeutics for the treatment of ovarian cancer, for which she was named a NIH Women’s Reproductive Health Research Scholar. She has been the Primary Investigator or Co-Primary Investigator for 15 translational/clinical grants and protocols for the NIH, NCI and pharmaceutical companies, including the HPV vaccine trials. She has served as a reviewer for the Department of Defense and the NIH Clinical Oncology Study Section. Dr. Makhija earned her B.A. in chemistry from Cornell University, medical degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and completed her obstetrics and gynecology residency at the University of Louisville Hospital and a fellowship in gynecologic oncology at Memorial Sloan‐Kettering Cancer Center in New York. She received her executive MBA from Emory’s Goizueta Business School.

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Michael S. McNear MD, MBA, FACP is the chief medical officer and medical group president for Jersey Community Health, which is located in rural southwestern Illinois. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing all clinical operations of the organization as well as quality and population health programs. Dr. McNear currently serves on the Board of the Illinois Rural Health Association and on the Illinois Hospital Association Medical Executive Forum. His also Vice Chairman of the Greene County Board of Commissioners. Dr. McNear received his medical degree from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and completed his Internal Medicine residency training at St. John’s Mercy Medical Center in St. Louis Missouri. He has practiced as a primary care physician for 20 years. In 2010, he earned his MBA from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

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John B. McWhorter, III is the chief operating officer for OhioHealth in Columbus, Ohio. In this executive management role, he is charged with successfully developing and executing the strategy for growth and assuring the organizational vision is linked to operations. John has responsibility for operations for central Ohio and regional hospitals, nursing, shared services, customer ease and access, and lean strategy. Prior to OhioHealth, Mr. McWhorter was the senior vice president of Baylor Health Care System (BHCS) and president of Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas (Baylor Dallas). In his system role as senior vice president of BHCS Hospital Division, Mr. McWhorter had responsibility for 18 hospitals, including both acute care and specialty hospitals with nearly $3 billion in net revenues and over 100,000 hospital admissions annually. At Baylor Dallas, Mr. McWhorter was responsible for the leadership and management of a 1,065-bed not-for-profit academic medical center including oncology, transplant, digestive disease, cardiovascular, surgical services, and women's and children's service lines. Mr. McWhorter is a graduate of Samford University in Birmingham, AL, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration and finance. Mr. McWhorter completed his Master of Science and his Doctor of Science degree in health care administration at the University of Alabama in Birmingham.

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Donna Poduska, MS, RN, NE-BC, NEA-BC serves as vice president and chief nursing officer at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, CO. In her role, she leads and enhances the professional nursing practice. Poudre Valley Hospital has been designated a Magnet facility four times. Ms. Poduska brings over 40 years of nursing experience, with progressive leadership roles. She holds her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Montana State University and Masters of Science in Nursing Administration from the University of Colorado. She is an active member of the Colorado Nurses Association, American Nurses Association and AONE. She is the current President of the Colorado Organization of Nurse Leaders and served two terms as a member of the Board of Directors of AONL. She has been a Magnet appraiser for over 17 years.

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Kari Quickenden, PharmD serves as the chief clinical officer at Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County located in Rock Springs, Wyoming. In her current role, she manages clinical services of the organization, develops institutional policies and procedures, as well as coordinates community education efforts on health care related topics via outreach. Previously she served as Director of Pharmacy for Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County with Cardinal Health Pharmacy Solutions. Dr. Quickenden is a member of the Wyoming Pharmacy Association, Board of Directors of Sweetwater Community Health Center, and previous member of the American Society of Health System Pharmacists. She has earned several awards including the Cardinal Health Operational Innovation Award, Cardinal Health Chairman’s Award as well as several others.

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Robert Rose, RN, MS, NEA-BC serves as vice president and chief nurse executive of Atrium Health’s Central Division, which consists of Atrium Health Carolina's Medical Center, Levine Children's Hospital and Mercy Hospital. Prior to joining Atrium Health, Mr. Rose served as senior vice president, Patient Care Services and chief nurse executive at CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals and Clinics in Tyler, TX. Mr. Rose has more than fifteen years’ senior leadership experience and eight years diverse clinical experience. Prior to his current role he has held senior leadership positions at multiple organizations including Briston Hospital and Healthcare Group in Briston, CT, St. Peters Health Care Services in Albany, NY, and South Coast Hospital Group in Fall River, MA. He is a member of the East Texas Regional Leader Texas Team for Advance Nursing and the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) Strategic Planning Committee.

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Pam Rudisill, DNP, RN, MSN, NEA-BC, FAAN serves as senior vice president and chief nursing officer at Community Health Systems. Dr. Rudisill is responsible for developing and sharing clinical best practices across the organization, providing leadership to nursing executives and supporting nurses at affiliated hospitals as they provide quality, compassionate care. She also directs the Survey Management/Survey Readiness team which assists affiliates with regulatory, accreditation and certification surveys. Dr. Rudisill has extensive clinical and nursing leadership, most recently serving as vice president and chief nursing executive at Health Management Associates. She holds several post-graduate degrees, including a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Duke University. She is a past president of the American Organization of Nurse Executives and has been inducted into American Academy of Nursing.

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Christine M. Stabler, MD became the first vice president for Academic Affairs at Lancaster General (LG) Health in February 2011. In this role, she oversees and coordinates LG Health’s medical education programs that include the family medicine residency; fellowships in geriatrics and palliative medicine; pharmacy residency; dental residency and an expanded medical student program. She also oversees the Institutional Review Committee and the LG Health Research Institute. She continues to see patients two sessions a week at Family & Maternity Care and participates in after-hours obstetrics calls on a part-time basis. She holds faculty appointments at Temple University, University of Pennsylvania and Penn State Colleges of Medicine. Dr. Stabler is a past President of the Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians and Chair of the American Academy of Physicians Commission on Membership and Member Services. A graduate of Pennsylvania State University/Jefferson Medical College BS/MD program, she completed her family medicine residency at LG Health and a one-year teaching fellowship in family medicine at Temple University.

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Michael Suk, MD, JD, MPH, MBA, FACS is currently the chief physician officer of Geisinger System Services, as well as the system wide chairman of the Geisinger Musculoskeletal Institute for the Geisinger Health System based in Danville, PA.  Dr. Suk also serves as a member of Board of Directors for the Keystone Accountable Care Organization serving Central Pennsylvania. As the clinical driving force behind the Geisinger ProvenCare® Acute Orthopaedic Programs in Total Hip, Total Knee, Hip Fracture and Lumbar Spine – Dr. Suk is widely sought after for his expertise in new models for healthcare payment and delivery, physician engagement and leadership. Dr. Suk received a B.A. with distinction in African-American history from Carleton College, where he achieved athletic recognition in collegiate tennis and was elected Class President. He then went on to simultaneously complete an M.D. at the University of Illinois College of Medicine and a J.D./M.P.H. with special certification in health care law at Boston University School of Law and School of Public Health. He later completed his orthopaedic surgery residency training at Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Bronx, NY and a fellowship in orthopaedic trauma at the Hospital for Special Surgery, Weill College of Medicine at Cornell University in New York City. In addition, Dr. Suk completed his M.B.A. from the Kania School of Management at the University of Scranton, where he made history in the international academic honor society, Alpha Sigma Nu for serving as the Keynote Speaker at his own induction ceremony.

Patrick Torcson

Patrick T. Torcson, MD is senior vice president, chief medical officer at St. Tammany Parish Hospital in Covington, LA. Dr. Torcson has been a member of the STPH medical staff for more than 20 years. While a full-time clinician he held numerous medical staff leadership roles including chief of the medical staff, chair of medical care services and chairman of credentials. Dr. Torcson was a founding member of the STPH Department of Hospital Medicine, served as the medical director for the hospitalist program and vice president/chief medical integration officer before becoming CMO. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University School of Medicine and completed his Internal Medicine training at the Ochsner Medical Foundation in his hometown of New Orleans. He also received a master of medical management degree from Tulane University.

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Bruce T. Vanderhoff, MD, MBA, FAAFP, ABFM has been senior vice president and chief medical officer for OhioHealth since December 2008. He is responsible for leading system-wide initiatives to improve quality and patient safety; advancing OhioHealth’s medical staff engagement, medical education, virtual healthcare delivery, the OhioHealth Research & Innovation Institute (OHRI) and assuring organizational alignment around the delivery of value and population health management. Prior to his appointment, he served as Vice President of Medical Education, Quality and Patient Safety at Grant Medical Center. He joined the OhioHealth family in 1996 as associate director of the Grant Family Medicine Residency Program. Prior to moving to Columbus, Dr. Vanderhoff was in private practice in the Akron, Ohio area. He earned a Bachelor’s degree and Medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio. He completed his residency training at York Hospital in York, Pennsylvania, where he was Chief Resident.

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William C. Wilson, MD, MA is the chief medical officer at UC Irvine Health. He also continues as clinical professor of Anesthesiology, Medicine and Surgery. Prior to this position, Dr. Wilson served as Director of Critical Care Services. In that role, Dr. Wilson oversaw all of the adult intensive care units at UC Irvine Douglas Hospital, and spearheaded more than 25 separate evidence-based protocols and clinical pathways. Dr. Wilson works collaboratively with physician, nurse, and ancillary staff, to improve efficiencies and patient care outcomes. In this capacity, he provides leadership in promoting overall hospital quality and safety. He also serves as the UC Irvine Telehealth Physician Champion where he develops ideas for including technological enhancements to population management programs envisioned to cover the entire spectrum of care from hospital to home. Prior to UC Irvine, Dr. Wilson was at the University of California, San Diego, where he served as vice chairman of Anesthesiology, and chief of Anesthesiology Critical Care. During his 20-year tenure there, he served as co-director of the Trauma/SICU, and provided the leadership and inspiration to develop four separate new critical care services.

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David W. Zaas, MD, MBA is the chief executive officer for MUSC Health - Charleston Division and chief clinical officer for MUSC Health. In this role, Dr. Zaas leads the MUSC Hospital Authority in Charleston, including the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and Pearl Tourville Women’s Pavilion. He oversees the executive leadership team of the MUSC Health - Charleston Division and serves on the MUSC Health System Council, as CEO of the flagship hospital. His responsibility as chief clinical officer is to provide guidance and advice on health care system strategies. Prior to his service at MUSC, he was the president and chief executive of Duke Raleigh Hospital in Raleigh, NC. He played a major role in advancing multiple key strategic initiatives for Duke Health, including care redesign, clinical integration and improving access for patients. Dr. Zaas’s academic interests have involved both translational and clinical research focused on improving outcomes from lung transplantation including the role of infectious complications after transplant. Dr. Zaas is a graduate of Yale University (1994). He completed his medical degree at Northwestern University in 1998 and subsequently did his internship and residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was selected as Assistant Chief of Service of the Osler Medical Service in 2002-2003. He completed his fellowship training at Duke in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and then joined the Duke faculty in 2005. Dr. Zaas also completed his Master of Business Administration at Duke in 2008. 


The Committee on Clinical Leadership (CCL) is one of four specialty committees to the AHA Board of Trustees. The CCL is responsible for:

  • Providing clinical input to the AHA advocacy and public policy process
  • Serving as a clinical resource on policy issues
  • Guiding the ongoing work of the AHA Physician Alliance
  • It shall also be concerned with issues relating to standards and requirements for clinical education programs and activities.


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