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American Hospital Management Company Appoints Gregory Ciottone, MD as Chief Medical Officer
Date:7/14/2008

rking with Dr. Ciottone and to continually strengthen and support the physicians, nurses and other professionals in the communities we serve while accomplishing our mission in meeting healthcare needs locally," stated Randall D. Arlett, President and Managing Director of American Hospital Management Co.

"I am very excited to begin work as the Chief Medical Officer for American Hospital Management Company. AHMC has firmly positioned itself as the world leader in hospital management and administration by creating world class medical centers that maintain quality as their number one goal. Under AHMC management, these institutions have flourished by linking the hospital with the community through local partnerships. It is an honor for me to now join this winning team and I look forward to continuing the tradition of excellence AHMC has become known for," stated Gregory Ciottone, MD, Chief Medical Officer of American Hospital Management Co.

About Greg Ciottone:

Dr. Ciottone is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, where he currently is the Chair of the Disaster Medicine Section. He also serves as Director of the Division of Disaster Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, where he works clinically in the Department of Emergency Medicine. In addition, Dr. Ciottone holds a Visiting Professorship in Disaster Medicine at Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Belgium and the Universita del Piemonte Orientale in Italy, and has served as the Medical Director for the Office of Security and Investigations, USCIS, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Washington D.C. Recently, Dr. Ciottone established the Operational Medicine Institute at Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians, of which he has assumed the position of Director.

Dr. Ciottone is a graduate of Colby College, where he was Phi Beta Kappa and awarded numerous awards in Biology and Chemistry. He then graduated the University of Massachusetts Medical School, receiving the S
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