Patrick McGill, MD, is an executive vice president and Community Health Network's chief transformation officer, a role he assumed in November 2021.
Dr. McGill is responsible for population health management, value-based care, envisioning data-enabled strategies, overseeing information technology and digital transformation, and leading Community’s effort to use analytics to drive transformation.
Since joining Community in 2010 as a family medicine physician, Dr. McGill has advanced through a variety of roles. After working in informatics, he was named medical director for physician informatics. In 2017, Dr. McGill was named vice president, clinical transformation, and shortly thereafter became senior vice president, clinical strategies.
Beyond his medical training, he also completed the Accelerated Practices Program at Health Catalyst University and serves on the clinical advisory council at Health Catalyst, Community’s key analytics partner.
Dr. McGill holds a bachelor of science degree from the University of Georgia and received his medical degree at the Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine in Augusta, GA. He completed his family medicine residency at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, IN. He is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.