Baptist Healthcare System, Inc. operates not-for-profit hospitals, care centers, physician offices, and health facilities in Kentucky. It offers allergy and asthma, audiology, behavioral health, cancer care, diabetes, emergency care, endocrinology, express and urgent care, eye care, heart care, home care, imaging and diagnostics, mother and baby care, neuro and stroke care, occupational medicine, orthopedic care and sports medicine, pediatric care, physical rehabilitation and therapy, sleep center, weight loss, and women's services. The company was founded in 1924 and is based in Louisville, Kentucky. It has hospital and clinic locations in Corbin, La Grange, Lexington, Louisville, Madisonvi...
2701 Eastpoint Parkway
Louisville, KY 40223
Founded in 1924
Baptist Healthcare System Inc. Names New Chief Medical Officer for Baptist Health Plan and Baptist Health Community Care
Sep 24 15
Baptist Healthcare System Inc. has named a new chief medical officer for its Baptist Health Plan and Baptist Health Community Care. Dr. Thomas James III, who took over the previously unfilled role on Aug. 31, will lead Baptist Health Plan and Community Care's clinical and pharmacy services. He has spent 17 years of his career in Louisville, including in medical director posts at Humana Inc. and what is now HealthAmerica Kentucky, then HealthCare of Louisville. He worked most recently as corporate medical director for clinical policy at AmeriHealth Caritas in Philadelphia, the release said.
Baptist Healthcare System Inc. Names Isaac J. Myers II. as Chief Health Integration Officer
Oct 20 14
Baptist Healthcare System Inc. has named a chief health integration officer. It's a new position that will be staffed by Dr. Isaac J. Myers II. Myers joined the company in February as president of the new Baptist Health Medical Group. He will continue to hold that position as he takes on the integration duties. Myers has been leading a consolidation of all company's employed physicians across the system. That task is to be completed in January, and Myers will hire or develop a chief medical officer to assist him in the future. As chief health integration officer, Myers will lead company's efforts to develop and implement population health strategies, moving the system toward a culture of well care rather than sick care. Myers previously served as president of Saint Francis Medical Group, in Central Indiana, with Franciscan Saint Francis Health in Indianapolis.