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Largo Medical Center welcomes new chief medical officer

Largo Medical Center recently welcomed a new Chief Medical Officer, Dwight Stapleton, M.D.

April 26, 2021
Chief Medical Officer, Dwight Stapleton, M.D.
Largo Medical Center recently welcomed a new Chief Medical Officer, Dwight Stapleton, M.D.

Dr. Stapleton is a Cardiologist and most recently served as Vice Present of Clinical Specialty Services and Regional CMO for OSF HealthCare in Illinois. Prior to that role, he served as Department of Medicine Chairman, Chief Academic Officer and Chief of Cardiovascular Services of Guthrie Clinic and Associate Dean of The Commonwealth Medical College. Dr. Stapleton earned his Doctorate at Yale University and completed his Internship, Residency and Fellowship at University of Washington. He later received his Master in Medical Management from Tulane University.

“Dr. Stapleton has served in a variety of leadership roles which brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this role. Our leadership team looks forward to working alongside Dr. Stapleton to continue to provide our community with the highest level of patient care,” Adam Rudd, CEO of Largo Medical Center said.

“I am very pleased to be joining the dedicated team at Largo Medical Center and look forward to contributing to the health of our community. My goals as CMO are to lead the facility beyond its current accomplishments and to help drive the patient experience making Largo Medical Center a world-class organization to receive care,” shared Dr. Stapleton.

Published:
April 26, 2021
Location:
HCA Florida Largo Hospital

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