UH Cleveland Medical Center appoints Phillip K. Chang, MD, as VP and Chief Medical Officer

Wednesday, May 20, 2020
CLEVELAND -- University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center has announced the appointment of Phillip K. Chang, MD, as Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for the medical center.
 
“Dr. Chang, who began his appointment as UH activated COVID-19 preparations in late winter, has been instrumental in maintaining our surge readiness through careful planning and collaboration with teams throughout the system,” said Daniel I. Simon, MD, Chief Clinical and Scientific Officer, and President, UH Cleveland Medical Center.
 
As UH transitions into a re-opening phase, Dr. Chang will lead major initiatives including high-reliability medicine, quality and safety, patient advocacy, physician relations, and utilization and case management for the flagship academic medical center.
 
Dr. Chang came to UH from University of Kentucky HealthCare in Lexington, where he served as System Chief Medical Officer and faculty member in the Department of Surgery. Other positions he held during his 13 years there include Section Chief of Acute Care Surgery, Medical Director of Perioperative Services and Medical Director of Physician IT Strategy.
 
He earned his medical degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk, and an MBA from University of Kentucky Gatton College of Economics and Business in Lexington. His professional and community service includes serving as board member and chairman of the Physician Leadership Forum of the Kentucky Hospital Association. In 2019, Dr. Chang was named by Becker’s Healthcare as one of 100 CMOs to Know.
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