13 chief medical officer appointments in 30 days

Here are 13 physicians that have stepped in to chief medical officer roles since April 16, as reported by Becker's:

1. Carnell Cooper, MD, was named chief medical officer of MUSC Health Orangeburg (S.C.).

2. The state of Alaska named Robert Lawrence, MD, its chief medical officer.

3. Bronson Battle Creek (Mich.) Hospital appointed Ali Ghasham, MD, vice president and chief medical officer. 

4. Michael Schmidt, MD, will take over as chief medical officer at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, Ill., effective June 17. 

5. Mobile, Ala.-based USA Health's Children's & Women's Hospital appointed Manimaran Ramani, MD, its inaugural chief medical officer.

6. Nemours Children's Health, Jacksonville (Fla.), named Andrew Stec, MD, vice president and chief medical officer.

7. Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center in Woodbridge named Debra Lee, MD, its next chief medical officer.

8. Phoenix Children's appointed Blake Bulloch, MD, its chief medical officer, along with naming Kelly Kelleher, MD, and Liz Zorn, MD, associate chief medical officers.

9. Sacramento, Calif.-based Sutter Health named Lindsay Mazotti, MD, as its first chief medical officer of medical education and science. In the newly-created role, she will oversee development and growth for the organization's graduate medical education and research.

10. Chesterfield, Mo.-based Mercy Springfield Communities named Sadaf Sohrab, MD, chief medical officer.

11. Minneapolis-based Fairview Health Services appointed Jaya Kumar, MD, chief medical officer.

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