Dr. Robert Goldszer named to Board at Miami Jewish Health Systems

September 5th, 2012 By Jackie Larena-Lacayo

Dr. Robert Goldszer has been appointed to the Miami Jewish Health Systems (MJHS) Board of Directors, announced Jeffrey P. Freimark, President and Chief Executive Officer. Goldszer is currently the Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President for Education and Research at Mount Sinai Medical Center.

“Miami Jewish Health Systems is pleased to welcome such a distinguished healthcare professional to our Board of Directors,” said Stephen H. Cypen, Chairman of the Board of MJHS. “Dr. Goldszer brings an impressive array of knowledge in healthcare, patient satisfaction and quality care management. His experience in patient care will help further enrich lives at Miami Jewish.”

Prior to joining Mount Sinai Medical Center, Dr. Goldszer served as the Associate Chief Medical Officer at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, where he led many of the utilization management programs. In addition, while there, he was the executive sponsor of the electronic medical records and computerized discharge summary program.

Dr. Robert Goldszer holds a medical degree from Drexel University of Medicine in Philadelphia, an MBA from Boston University’s Executive MBA Program and a BA from the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Goldszer is a Clinical Professor of Medicine and Assistant Dean for Clinical Affairs at Florida International University.

Miami Jewish Health Systems is one of the most innovative healthcare providers in the United States. Treating 25,000 people of all ages, ethnicities and religions annually, this not-for-profit organization, formerly known as Miami Jewish Home and Hospital, offers community-based, residential and on-campus medical programs. The 72 year old institution draws patients from across the nation and around the world for its pioneering Centers of Excellence that include: Rosomoff Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center; Brucker Biofeedback Center; Memory Center; Rehabilitation Services at Miami Jewish Health Systems’ Nursing Facility and the Program of All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).

 

 

 

 

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