May 23, 2022 – Atlanta, GA – SCP Health (SCP) recently recognized several exceptional medical leaders for demonstrating outstanding dedication, commitment, and clinical excellence in their field at the annual Medical Leadership Conference (MLC22), held in Orlando, FL.
The SCP Health MLC22 is the company’s annual event, attended by over 700 medical leaders, and includes over 100 hours in CME sessions aimed at delivering ongoing education, sharing evidence-based approaches, and offering professional development.
Excellence in Leadership Award winners are nominated by SCP leaders and are chosen for their constant demonstration of exceptional leadership and proven results at their hospitals and within SCP Health. They have achieved the highest level of performance in their leadership roles.
Recipients of the 2022 Excellence in Leadership Award include:
Foster Kordisch, III, MD, Oschner Lafayette General Medical Center in Lafayette, LA; Herschel Kessler, DO, Atrium Health Navicent Peach in Byron, GA; David Farcy, MD, Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami, FL; Jessica Amburgey, PA, ARH Our Lady of the Way in Martin, KY; Devjit Roy, MD, Nathan Littauer Hospital and Nursing Home in Gloversville, NY; Joshua Watts, DO, Whitesburg ARH Hospital in Whitesburg, KY; Trevor McGinley, MD, Garnet Health Medical Center – Catskills in Monticello, NY; Robert (Garrett) Lewis, MD, CHI St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center in Little Rock, AR; Lauren Py, MD, Holston Valley Medical Center and Indian Path Community Hospital in Kingsport, TN; Kimberly Fuller, NP, Baptist Medical Center in Jackson, MS; Kristopher Sutherly, MD, Christus Spohn Hospital Corpus Christi in Corpus Christi, TX; and Rookie of the Year, Monzer Saad, DO, Lima Memorial Health System in Lima, OH.
“SCP Health has a long history of recognizing outstanding excellence in leadership among our medical directors,” stated Enterprise Chief Medical Officer Randy Pilgrim, MD, FACEP, FAAFP. “Our Excellence in Leadership Awards are designed to acknowledge truly exceptional performance in five essential domains – the embodiment of core values, clinical performance, mentoring and coaching, elevating the status of the practice, and overall leadership. This year’s winners are remarkable examples of what it means to be a medical leader. I am proud of them, and deeply appreciate the difference they are making in health care.”