MedExpress hires UPMC exec as chief operating officer
MedExpress Urgent Care has hired a UPMC executive as its chief operating officer, the Morgantown, W.Va.-based company said on Monday.
MedExpress, which operates more than 30 urgent care centers in Western Pennsylvania, said it hired Dr. Robert Maha, who was previously president of Emergency Resource Management Inc., a UPMC subsidiary that provides physician staffing and management services for hospital emergency departments.
UPMC is the largest hospital system in Western Pennsylvania, with 19 hospitals and more than 3,300 employed physicians. Privately held MedExpress owns 92 urgent care centers in six states.
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