Bartow Regional Medical Center and Winter Haven Hospital announce the appointment of Khurram Kamran, MD, MMM, CPE, SFHM as the vice president of physician services.
Dr. Kamran comes from Toledo, Ohio, where he served as the senior physician executive within the ProMedica Health System for the past five years. Prior to serving ProMedica, he managed a hospitalist group that oversaw 14 practices in Ohio, Michigan, West Virginia and Kentucky.
“We look forward to having Dr. Kamran engage with our medical staffs to promote quality assurance and patient care advancements,” said Winter Haven Hospital President Steve Nierman. “His past experiences with hospitalists and community-centered hospitals in a system will greatly benefit Winter Haven Hospital and Winter Haven Women’s Hospital.”
Bartow president, Phil Minden, adds, “We are excited to have Dr. Kamran join our leadership team. His proven track record will be valuable to Bartow Regional.”
Dr. Kamran received his Medical Degree from Khyber Medical University in Pakistan, and a Master’s of Medical Management from Carnegie Mellon University. He is a certified physician executive and a senior fellow of hospital medicine. He holds state medical licensing in Ohio, Michigan and Florida.
While in Ohio, he served as a board member on the Jobst Vascular Advisory Council deciding areas of opportunity for community service by the Jobst Vascular Institute. He also served on the board for the Dayton Mercy Society that provided faith-based medical community service; and conducts missionary work in Pakistan by providing medical supplies and services.
“I look forward to meeting the members of the medical staffs, and listening to their concerns, challenges and successes,” said Dr. Kamran. “I have an open door policy and will focus on quality and safety – always keeping the patient’s care in the center of every decision.”
Dr. Kamran’s wife and three school-aged children will join him in his move to Florida. He starts on June 13.