Dr. Imran Andrabi named Mercy president, CEOWritten by Staff Reports | | email@example.com
Dr. Imran Andrabi has been promoted to a newly created position of president and CEO/chief network integration officer for Mercy Health – Toledo, which serves residents of 20 counties in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.
In his new role, he will be responsible for the operations and growth of Mercy’s seven hospitals, nearly 130 ambulatory sites and 480-physician member clinically integrated network, according to a news release from Mercy.
“I am pleased and honored to lead and work with Mercy employees and physicians in Toledo and Northwest Ohio to enhance our mission of improving the health of our community,” Andrabi said in the release. “I am confident in the strategy we have developed to strengthen our presence in the market and meet the changing needs of our community. My goal is to empower employees, leaders and physicians to always do what is best for the patient and to enhance our culture of service and quality for which Mercy is known.”
Andrabi was also recently selected as chairman of the board for Mercy Health Physicians, which represents more than 1,300 employed physicians and mid-level providers across Ohio and Kentucky.
“Dr. Andrabi brings a wealth of experience in leading strategy and operations, as well as a deep knowledge of the market that will greatly benefit our ministry,” said Brian Smith, executive vice president of operations for Mercy Health’s Northern Ohio markets including Lima, Toledo, Lorain and Youngstown, in the release. “His unique perspective as both a physician and a leader will help ensure the implementation of our new care model where physicians and providers work side-by-side to enhance quality and provide value to our patients, payors and community. Dr. Andrabi is well known and respected by physicians and leaders in the market, where he brings more than 20 years of progressive experience that began with his family medicine residency at Mercy.”
Andrabi most recently served as chief operating officer and president/chief network integration officer for Mercy since October 2013. Prior to this, he served as president and CEO of Mercy Clinically Integrated Network and chief physician executive officer for the Northern Market. Andrabi has also held several key leadership roles including president and CEO of Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center; chief academic officer for Mercy Health Partners; chief operating officer for St. Charles; and senior vice president, operational transformation at St. Vincent. He also led Mercy’s graduate medical education program.
Andrabi graduated from King Edward Medical College in Lahore, Pakistan. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Family Medicine and the American Board of Managed Care Medicine as well as a fellow of the National Institute for Program Director Development, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the Association of International Physicians of Northwest Ohio and the Academy of Medicine of Toledo & Lucas County. He recently completed Kaiser Permanente’s medicine and management program as a representative of Mercy Health. He and his wife reside in Sylvania with their three children.