Denver, CO — Rose Medical Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Weinfeld, MD, as Rose Medical Center's new Chief Medical Officer (CMO). Weinfeld will be part of the Rose Executive Team and will lead Rose's overall hospital clinical and quality strategy.
"Dr. Weinfeld has a demonstrated record of clinical excellence, which is of critical importance to Rose," says Ryan Tobin, Rose Medical Center President and CEO. "We are excited to work with him to further our patient quality agenda."
Dr. Weinfeld comes to Rose from HCA Healthcare's Ogden Regional Medical Center in Ogden, Utah, where he has served as Chief Medical Officer since 2017. A native of Colorado, Dr. Weinfeld completed his undergraduate degree in business administration at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He earned his medical degree at the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY, and completed his general surgery residency in 2005 at The Ohio State University. He joined Colorado Permanente Medical Group where he practiced general surgery and served as a physician leader and member of the Board of Directors. In July of 2016, he completed an MBA in Health Administration from the University of Colorado, Denver. After almost 12 years of clinical practice, he accepted the role of Chief Medical Officer at Ogden Regional Medical Center.
Dr. Weinfeld is passionate about advancing the clinical agenda. While at Ogden, he accomplished 35% reduction in severe sepsis mortality, 11% reduction in septic shock mortality, 150% improvement in door to needle < 60 minutes and 44% reduction in PCI mortality. He is excited about Rose's commitment to quality and will bring those experiences to help us grow further and excited to return home to his family and friends in Denver.
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