January 19, 2017
TriHealth announced Randy Curnow, MD has been named Medical Director of Ambulatory Services for the system after an extensive selection process.
Dr. Curnow’s position is responsible for leading the development of TriHealth’s Ambulatory Medical management program as part of its broader population health program. The new position will have a dual reporting relationship to the TPP (TriHealth Physicians Partners) Physicians Executive and the Executive Vice President of Physician Practices and Population Health. In these roles, he will focus on supporting TPP’s physician leadership and quality initiatives, as well as leadership population health through management of care coordination and other programs.
Randy comes to TriHealth from Mercy Health, where he served as the Chief Medical Officer/System President for Mercy Health Select. Prior to that role, Dr. Curnow served as President, Mercy Health Physicians Cincinnati/Springfield (2015-2016). He also served as Vice President of Medical Affairs and Medical Director, Mercy Health Select Cincinnati (2013-2015)
“We have a great team in place at TriHealth and I look forward to working closely with each of the clinical departments as we, together, face the challenges of the changing health care environment,” said Dr. Curnow. “We will work together to ensure the entire organization is aligned and focused on providing the highest quality patient care for every one of our patients.”
Dr. Curnow received his bachelor’s degree from Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio, a medical doctorate from the University of Virginia School of Medicine, and a master’s of Business Administration from the University Of Massachusetts. He is a board-certified Internist with a decade of primary care experience.