Dulberger named CEO of IU Health Quality Partners
An IU Health Saxony Hospital Release
INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana University Health Quality Partners has named Philip Dulberger, M.D., chief executive officer for the growing statewide organization of more than 2,000 physicians. Dulberger currently serves as CEO and chief medical officer of IU Health Saxony Hospital in Fishers, IN.
Dulberger is returning to IU Health Quality Partners where, in 2008, he was instrumental in creating the clinically integrated statewide physician network focused on improving evidence-based quality, value, efficiency and cost-effectiveness of healthcare delivery.
“Phil has a successful track record of providing the vision and leadership to launch new organizations that improve patient care,” said John Fitzgerald, president and CEO of IU Health Physicians. “He most recently demonstrated that with the successful opening of IU Health’s cardiovascular and orthopedic specialty hospital in Fishers, IU Health Saxony. We are pleased to invite him back to lead IU Health Quality Partners. “
A board-certified anesthesiologist in private practice in the Indianapolis area since 1994, Dulberger graduated from Wabash College and Indiana University School of Medicine. He served his internship year at IU Health Methodist Hospital and completed his anesthesia residency at Duke University Medical Center.
Jonathan Goble, president and CEO of IU Health North Hospital and regional executive for IU Health Tipton Hospital, has accepted the additional responsibility of serving as CEO of IU Health Saxony Hospital. Goble will lead all three hospitals on their mission to improve the health of the community.
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About Indiana University Health Quality Partners. IU Health Quality Partners is a physician-led, hospital-supported organization aimed at driving market value through better clinical quality and lower health care costs.