Orthopedic surgeon named chief innovation & transformation officer at Kettering Health

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Thomas Graham, MD, a hand surgeon and former chief innovation officer at Cleveland Clinic, has joined the leadership team at Kettering (Ohio) Health.

Kettering appointed Dr. Graham as senior vice president and chief innovation and transformation officer, a new C-suite position at the health system.

Dr. Graham's responsibilities include "defining and translating the creative, innovative culture" at Kettering, and ensuring the delivery of high quality care, the health system said in a May 20 news release.

Most recently, he served as director of strategy and innovation at New York City-based NYU Langone's department of orthopedic surgery, as well as chief of hand surgery.

Prior to NYU Langone, Dr. Graham served in leadership positions at New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health and was on the faculty at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.

Dr. Graham has founded four medical device companies and holds more than 60 patents.

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