Department of Medicine
Gilmer Rodriguez is an academic hospitalist with clinical interest in the management of critical and complex patients, transitional care, and telehealth. His management interests include systems redesign and disruptive innovation in delivery of care; cross-functional stakeholder alignments, throughput, and adaptive design methodology for hospital efficiency and quality of care; patient risk stratification, transitional care, and telehealth for post-discharge care optimization; hospital and providers utilization of evidence-based practices for value-based care delivery; health care delivery in minority populations; and cultural change and diversity.
His institutional leadership achievements include assisting health care facilities for Joint Commission and Medicare accreditations, as well as medical school and residency program accreditations. His research interests focus on strategy and business acumen for health care systems efficiency and effectiveness. He was awarded fellowship status and certification as physician executive by the American Association for Physician Leadership. He also holds a fellowship from the American College of Physicians. He received the highest honorific distinction from the National University of Trujillo in Peru.
Rodriguez received his medical degree at the National University of Trujillo. He completed his internal medicine residency program at the National University of Trujillo and the University of Rochester. He also completed his master’s degree in general preventive medicine and public health at the Medical College of Wisconsin, and his master of medical management degree at Tulane University.