This week's featured physician executive here on NonClinicalJobs.com is Dr. Jon Burroughs.
The following information about Dr. Burroughs is from the ACPE faculty webpage:
Jonathan H. Burroughs, MD, MBA, FACPE, CMSL, is a senior consultant with The Greeley Company, a division of HCPro, Inc., in Marblehead, MA. He works with medical staffs and boards throughout the country in the areas of governance, credentialing, privileging, peer review and performance improvement, medical staff development planning, strategic planning, and physician performance and behavior management.
Dr. Burroughs is one of The Greeley Company’s leading national speakers and also currently serves on the national faculty of the American College of Physician Executives, where he has been consistently rated as one of its top speakers and educators during the past five years. He is the coauthor of the following HCPro/Greeley books: The Top 40 Medical Staff Policies and Procedures, Fourth Edition (2010), Emergency Department On-Call Strategies: Solutions for Physician-Hospital Alignment (2009), and Peer Review Best Practices: Case Studies and Lessons Learned (2008).
Dr. Burroughs is a past medical staff president, past president of the New Hampshire chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians, and served as an emergency department medical director prior to joining The Greeley Company. As a member of the governing board of Memorial Hospital in New Hampshire, he chaired the ethics, succession planning, and bylaws committees and sat on the joint conference, strategic planning, and medical executive committees. He previously served as a member of the clinical faculty of Dartmouth Medical, where his research interests included introducing EMT defibrillation and automatic defibrillation into the field.
Dr. Burroughs’ passion for the outdoors led him to serve as a physician on mountaineering expeditions throughout the United States, Mexico, South America, Europe, Africa, and Russia, and he is the coeditor of the 26th edition of the White Mountain Guide and the first edition of the Southern New Hampshire Trail Guide. He has reached the summits of Mts. McKinley (Alaska), Grand Teton (Wyoming), Blanc (France/Italy), Elbrus (Russia), Kilimanjaro (Tanzania), Orizaba (Mexico), Rosa (Switzerland), and Rainier (Washington state), to name a few.
Dr. Burroughs received his bachelor’s degree at Johns Hopkins University, his MD from Case Western Reserve University, and a health care MBA with honors at the Isenberg School of Management. He is a certified physician executive and a fellow of the American College of Physician Executives.