CareSpot, an urgent care center conglomerate based in Brentwood, has name Dr. Frank J. Campbell its chief medical officer.
Previously, Campbell (pictured) was the CMO for TriStar Centennial Medical Center and had served as the medical director of operations at Voorhees Hospital in Camden County, N.J., prior to relocating to Nashville.
Campbell will be responsible for improving patient and employee satisfaction at CareSpot. He’ll also work with doctors, nurses and other health care professionals to improve patient care, implementing an electronic medical records system across all CareSpot centers, recruiting health care professionals for new cities where CareSpot is opening centers, and developing integrated health care programs in those cities where CareSpot has partnerships with hospitals, according to a CareSpot statement announcing his hiring.
“Dr. Campbell shares our belief in providing high quality, convenient healthcare to patients,” CareSpot CEO Michael D. Klein said in a release. “His leadership will allow us to reinforce these ideals in Florida and across the country as we open more centers this year.”
CareSpot employs more than 500 and is planning to open this year new centers in Kansas, Tennessee, Texas and Florida.