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Business Observer Friday, Jul. 13, 2018 3 years ago

Orthopedic health firm concludes search for new CEO

Joseph Gordon will lead Florida Orthopaedic Institute in Tampa.

TAMPA — Florida Orthopaedic Institute successfully concluded its national search for a new CEO with the appointment of Joseph Gordon.

According to a press release, Gordon has more than 30 years of senior-level operations and business development experience at leading health care organizations, including Highmark Health, the third-largest integrated health care delivery and financing network in the United States.

“Joe has the depth of knowledge needed for strategic growth going forward, and has the operational skill set the FOI board requires,” states Roy Sanders, FOI’s president and chief medical officer, in the release. “He is a strong motivator with creative problem-solving abilities. Joe is results-oriented with extensive start-up experience and brings significant multi-site, multi-state operational knowledge to our institute, while maintaining an exceptional reputation in the profession with proven, measurable results. We all look forward to the expertise and enthusiasm Joe brings.”

Gordon came to FOI from General Medicine in Novi, Mich., where he served as senior vice president and chief strategy officer for general medicine.

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