Norwalk Reflector: Dr. Moorman returns to Fisher-Titus as chief medical officer
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Dr. Moorman returns to Fisher-Titus as chief medical officer

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Jan 14, 2019 at 3:00 PM

Gary L. Moorman, DO has returned to Fisher-Titus Medical Center as chief medical officer for the Medical Center, effective today.

Moorman served as the medical center’s first vice president of medical affairs from 2011 to 2013. He left Fisher-Titus in 2013 for the role of senior vice president medical affairs & chief medical officer at Mercy Memorial Health System in Monroe, Mich.

Mercy subsequently merged with ProMedica and Dr. Moorman assumed the position of vice president medical affairs under the newly created ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital, a position he held through September 2018.

“We are pleased to welcome Dr. Moorman back to the Fisher-Titus family,” said Brent W. Burkey, MD, Fisher-Titus president. “During his tenure here, in addition to his duties as chief medical officer, he was involved in numerous special projects, including ICD 10 preparation and the introduction of LEAN processes at Fisher-Titus.”

As chief medical officer for the medical center, Moorman will work collaboratively with Dr. Greg Grant, who serves as chief medical officer for the Fisher-Titus Medical Care physician and specialty group.

“I am looking forward to rejoining the Fisher-Titus team and excited to be working with Dr. Burkey to continue providing outstanding medical care to the communities we serve,” Moorman said.

Moorman is board certified in emergency medicine by both the American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine and the American Board of Emergency Medicine. He is also a Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP) surveyor.

Moorman previously served as the designated institutional official for the oversight and development of three residency programs in Monroe. These included family medicine, emergency medicine and a transitional year program, which all achieved full accreditation by the Council for Graduate Medical Education.

A native of Spencerville, Moorman received his undergraduate degree from Ohio Northern University and earned his degree in osteopathic medicine from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Mo.

Moorman and his wife, Becky, enjoy boating on the Great Lakes and spending time with their family, including four grandchildren.

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