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Medina Hospital names Dr. Thomas Tulisiak vice president of medical operations

The Cleveland Clinic’s Medina Hospital has appointed longtime staff doctor and leader Thomas Tulisiak as vice president of medical operations.

MEDINA, Ohio — The Cleveland Clinic’s Medina Hospital has appointed longtime staff doctor and leader Thomas Tulisiak as vice president of medical operations.

“In his role as vice president, medical operations, Dr. Tulisiak will be responsible for the direction, planning and coordination of all clinical services,” said Rob Stall, Medina Hospital president, in a written statement. “As a member of the executive management team, he will work to develop new services, increase market share and participate in deliberation relative to strategic direction of Medina Hospital.”

Tulisiak will help department chairs at the hospital to establish and implement standards and policies to ensure the quality of patient care.  He also will serve on medical staff committees and attend meetings of hospital physicians to review and discuss patient care, diagnosis, treatment and professional matters.

Tulisiak has been a Cleveland Clinic physician since 1997 and serves as medical director of the Brunswick Family Health Center. He has been on the Medina Hospital medical staff for the past 26 years.  During that time, he served as chair of the Department of Medicine, chairman of the Utilization Review Committee, cairman of the Ethics Committee, a member of the Quality Advisory Panel and a member of the of the Credentials Committee.

In addition, Tulisiak is a Diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. He is a clinical assistant professor of family medicine for the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University, and a clinical assistant professor of medicine for the Northeastern Ohio Universities Colleges of Medicine and Pharmacy in Rootstown, Ohio.