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Orlando Regional Medical Center Announces New Medical Chief Quality Officer

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New Medical CQO Will Lead ORMC's Commitment to High-Quality Care

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Orlando Health has named George Ralls, MD, as the new medical chief quality officer for Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC) In this position, Dr. Ralls will serve as the chief influencer to lead and implement strategic plans for quality improvement, regulatory compliance, and the medical aspects of patient care. Dr. Ralls will provide direction and support to ORMC medical staff and leadership to achieve quality and performance goals.

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Dr. Ralls started his medical career as a firefighter-paramedic with Miami-Dade Fire Rescue. He later earned a medical degree from the University of Miami School of Medicine and then completed emergency medicine residency training at ORMC, serving as chief resident during his senior year. He then went on to complete a physician fellowship in Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and is certified as a diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine.

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In coordination with Orlando Health's Graduate Medical Education team, Dr. Ralls instituted Florida's first EMS physician fellowship in 2007. He has held a number of leadership positions with Orange County Government, including EMS medical director, health services director and most recently director of health and public safety. Since 1998, he has dedicated his time to the people of Orlando and will continue serving the community with Orlando Health.



 
 
 
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