LouAnne Giangreco, MD, FACEP, Regional Medical Director
LouAnne Giangreco, MD, FACEP is the regional medical director and a partner in Five Star Urgent Care in Central and Western New York. In this position, she has developed the quality improvement infrastructure for the organization, led the occupational health service line and has provided medical oversight to six urgent care centers. She also serves as the Medical Review Officer for the organization. Prior to her position with Five Star, Dr. Giangreco served as the Assistant Emergency Department Director at Cayuga Medical Center in Ithaca, NY, the Chair of the Northeast Section of the ECI Patient Safety Organization, and the Chief Quality Officer at Auburn Memorial Hospital in Auburn, New York. After being introduced to peer review early in her career, Dr. Giangreco strived to learn more regarding how to develop health care systems that deliver quality care to patients while providing health care workers with an environment that is efficient and prevents errors. She has completed her Six Sigma Greenbelt training in Healthcare, the Patient Safety Certificate Program through the National Quality Colloquium, and the Team STEPPS Train the Trainer program. Through her board service in the community, Dr. Giangreco developed an interest in governance and strategic leadership. She has gained a better understanding of how the governing body and leadership of an organization can develop a mission and vision and how this translates to the actions of front line staff. Dr. Giangreco completed her residency program in Emergency Medicine at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY. She is board-certified in Emergency Medicine and a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. She is a member of the board of directors for the Tompkins County Medical Society. LouAnne resides in the Ithaca, New York area with her two daughters. Disclosures: The above faculty had no relevant financial relationships to disclose.
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