Greg Beilman, MD, Named Associate Dean for Clinical Administration

I am pleased to announce that Greg Beilman, MD, has accepted the role of Associate Dean for Clinical Administration.

Dr. Beilman plays a critical role in hospital operations as Senior Vice President, Acute Operations and Executive Medical Director for our M Health Fairview partnership. In this role, he has shown tremendous leadership, driving the change we need for our flagship hospital to serve our patients at the highest level, providing an excellent training experience, and creating the practice satisfaction for our faculty and physicians. As faculty of the Surgery and Anesthesiology Departments for more than 20 years, Dr. Beilman has distinguished himself in research and education, as well as demonstrated great skill in leading care teams in our acute care settings.

As Associate Dean for Clinical Administration, Dr. Beilman will serve on the Medical School Senior Leadership Team and provide a deeper connection between our academic work and the operations of the hospital. This is of the highest importance in our plans for enhancing and growing our academic health system, as the Medical School is our market differentiator. Ensuring excellent operations in our hospital is also a key component in our ability to recruit, to innovate, and to train high-quality physicians and physician leaders. He will continue in his leadership role in our M Health Fairview partnership.

Please join me in congratulating Dr. Beilman on his new role and wishing him the best of luck for the future.

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