UNM Health System Announces Promotions

The UNM Health Sciences Center recently reorganized to increase the efficiency of its operations, become a highly integrated organization, create the UNM Health System, and assure a balance between HSC's academic and clinical missions. Accordingly, new titles and responsibilities are as follows:
  • Joanna Katzman, M.D., Deputy Health Systems Chief Medical Officer, Ambulatory Services and Clinical Integration
  • Bob Bailey, M.D., Deputy Health Systems Chief Medical Officer
  • Beth Fingado, Health Systems Executive Director for Clinical Practice Excellence
  • Gary Iwamoto, M.D., Health Systems Chief Medical Information Officer

“We are moving very methodically toward our reorganization,” offers Carolyn Voss, M.D., UNM Health System chief clinical affairs officer. “By carefully selecting proven, outstanding leaders for each position, we’re creating the leadership team needed to achieve our vision of a highly integrated, high quality, efficient approach to patient care through our hospitals and clinics statewide.” For more information on the UNM Health System, visit  http://hsc.unm.edu/.


Contact: Luke Frank, 272-3322

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