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PALM COAST, Fla. -- AdventHealth has named Dr. Teresa Herbert as chief medical officer (CMO) at AdventHealth Palm Coast and AdventHealth Palm Coast Parkway, effective Nov. 5.
The role will serve AdventHealth’s Flagler/St. Johns market and will have operational oversight for both hospitals in Flagler County.
With over three decades of direct patient care experience, Herbert has served in leadership roles at AdventHealth since 2006 and consistently demonstrates a commitment to excellence and innovation.
“Dr. Herbert brings a wealth of experience and expertise to our organization,” said Denyse Bales-Chubb, AdventHealth President and CEO, Flagler/St. Johns market. “Her background aligns seamlessly with our mission to provide the highest quality services to our community.”
She was chief medical officer for AdventHealth Medical Group and chief of staff before assuming her most recent role as chief medical officer and vice president for medical affairs for AdventHealth Hendersonville in North Carolina. In this role she was responsible for quality of care, patient safety, and regulatory compliance at AdventHealth facilities in Western North Carolina.
During this time, she served the community as a member of a physician peer support team, received the Asheville Chamber COVID humanitarian award, provided clinical insight as a medical correspondent for COVID for an ABC news subsidiary, and led as a board member of Community Care of Western North Carolina, a Medicaid managed care physician-led entity.
“I look forward to continue building a healthier, brighter future for our community,” said Herbert. “I am committed to advancing health care excellence within the Palm Coast community.”