Maintaining a Consistent Orthopedic and General Surgery Practice in a Rural Hospital via a Surgicalist Program
This detailed webinar will discuss a real solution to establishing or maintaining a full-time (24/7/365) coverage model for acute care orthopedic and/or general surgery in rural hospitals. The process of building surgeon teams and the management of these service lines will be presented by John D. Campbell, MD, MBA, President and CEO of Synergy Surgicalists.
Dr. Campbell works with facilities, teams of highly skilled physicians, and other staff to make Synergy Surgicalists a leader in the management of acute care surgical services and rural community surgical services. He is a solid business leader with more than 20 years of experience managing orthopedic and trauma patients.
Dr. Campbell was a founding partner of Bridger Orthopedic and Sports Medicine, P.C. in Bozeman, Montana. He was instrumental in building the practice into an 11 physician, 17-provider practice, and led the development of several ancillary departments including MRI, and the construction of a 40,000 sq. ft. facility. He was the managing partner of Bridger Orthopedic until July 2011. Dr. Campbell was past President and Chairman of the Board of Rocky Mountain Surgical Center, and is the current Medical Director. He has been the leader and visionary of several other successful business ventures in his career.
Dr. Campbell received his undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Tennessee Tech University. He received his MD from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. Dr. Campbell did his orthopedic residency training at Carolinas Medical Center, and he completed a Trauma Fellowship in Chur Switzerland with the AO group. He also completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship with Dr. John Feagin. Dr. Campbell practiced in the Salt Lake Valley with Wasatch Orthopedics and was a clinical faculty member at the University of Utah. After two years in Utah, Dr. Campbell moved to Bozeman, Montana to start Bridger Orthopedic and Sports Medicine, PC. Dr. Campbell received his MBA from the University of Tennessee.