Excela Health names chief medical officer
Dr. Carol Fox is Excela Health's permanent chief medical officer, after working in the post on an interim basis.
Fox has practiced as a primary care physician with the Greensburg-based health system since 1990, and she has stepped into temporary medical command there twice, Excela said in its announcement Monday.
Most recently, she became interim chief medical officer when Dr. Jerome Granato stepped down in September.
Fox graduated from the Latrobe Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program through Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.
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