Experienced Doctor and Medical Administrator to Become Concord Hospital’s First Chief Clinical Officer
Dr. Matthew Gibb will become Concord Hospital’s first Chief Clinical Officer this fall.
Dr. Gibb comes to Concord from Urbana, Ill., where he has been a leader in the Carle Health System for more than 20 years, most recently as executive vice president and system chief medical officer. The Carle Health System includes three hospitals and a specialty group practice comprised of 800 healthcare providers.
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Gibb to Concord Hospital and Concord Hospital Medical Group,” said Hospital President and CEO Robert Steigmeyer.
“Dr. Gibb will lead our healthcare system in developing and implementing a strategy to continue improving clinical quality and patient safety.”
Dr. Gibb has extensive experience as a practicing physician and in leading physicians and mentoring future leaders, establishing a collaborative working environment and forming strong professional relationships based on trust and open communications.
As Chief Clinical Officer, he will be responsible for strategic priorities involving the growth of Concord Hospital’s healthcare system, improvements in clinical processes and new programs to improve patient care.
Dr. Gibb is a former U.S. Navy flight surgeon trained in internal medicine and cardiology. He will spend a portion of his time at Concord Hospital as a practicing physician.
New Hampshire is familiar to Dr. Gibb, who received his undergraduate degree in chemistry and mathematics and his Master of Healthcare and Delivery Science degree from Dartmouth College.
He is scheduled to begin work at Concord Hospital in late September.
Dr. Gibb succeeds Dr. David Green, who retired in June as Concord Hospital’s Chief Medical Officer.