USMD Holdings, Inc. ( NASDAQ: USMD), a physician-led integrated healthcare system, announces that Michael Bukosky has been appointed executive vice president of USMD Holdings, Inc. and president of Physician Practice Management. In his position, Bukosky will oversee operations of USMD’s physicians group, consisting of more than 250 physicians and associate practitioners and nearly 70 clinics, many of which are multi-specialty, across the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
“I am excited to welcome Michael to the executive management team of USMD,” said John House, M.D., chairman and chief executive officer of USMD Holdings. “With more than 35 years of experience in hospital administration and clinic and physician group administration and operations, Michael brings a great deal of knowledge and leadership and organizational skills to USMD. Adding him to our team will serve us well as USMD continues to grow in order to meet the evolving healthcare needs of patients in the DFW area.”
Prior to joining USMD, Bukosky served as chief executive officer of University of Louisville Physicians in Louisville, Ky., the organization that resulted in the integration of all clinical practices of the University of Louisville School of Medicine. University of Louisville Physicians is the largest, multi-specialty physician practice group in Louisville, with more than 78 subspecialties and more than 600 primary care and specialty physicians who staff more than 110 locations throughout Kentucky and Indiana and practice in all hospital systems in the Louisville and Southern Indiana area. During his time at University of Louisville Physicians, Bukosky led implementation and management of the new, integrated practice group, oversaw integration of the nearly 25 individual clinical practices into a unified group and developed the new organizational, management and operations structure of the organization.
Prior to his time with University of Louisville Physicians, Bukosky served as executive vice president and chief administrative officer of Carle Clinic Association in Urbana, Ill., where he oversaw operational leadership and financial performance of the entire system, including 10 outpatient locations and one hospital. He also has more than 20 years of experience working in administration at Scott and White in Temple, Texas, including serving as the organization’s executive director where he oversaw operations for the entire system, consisting of more than 500 physicians, 60 clinical specialties, 20 clinic locations and one hospital.