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Dr. Linda Thomas-Hemak MD

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President and Chief Executive Off...

Phone: (570) ***-**** ext. ****  
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The Wright Center
Tobin Hall, Second Floor 501 Madison Avenue
Scranton , Pennsylvania 18510
United States

Company Description: The Wright Center offers an allopathic residency program in internal medicine featuring a competency-based curriculum of practice-centered learning and improvement...   more

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  • MD
  • Michael DeBakey Scholar
    Baylor College of Medicine
  • M.D.
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Officials and Volunteers Aid Boys & Girls Clubs of NEPA During the Holiday Season, 10 Sept 2015 [cached]
Dr. Thomas-Hemak to Serve on Board at Boys & Girls Clubs of NEPA
Linda Thomas-Hemak MD, has accepted to serve on the board of directors at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Responsibilities include: serving on two committees; fundraising and development; establishing Club policies; and continuing the Club's mission. Dr. Thomas-Hemak is a board certified Internal Medicine and Pediatrics primary care doctor at the Wright Center for Primary Care Mid-Valley practice. She is the Internal Medicine Residency Program Director for the Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education. She is an active and founding board member and secretary of the board of trustees for The Commonwealth Medical College. Dr. Thomas-Hemak notably participates in the Pennsylvania Chronic Care Practice and Residency Medial Home transformation initiatives. She is a vested advocate of the Patient Centered Medical Home delivery model and Meaningful Use of electronic medical records to enhance patient care, patient engagement and community health. Dr. Thomas-Hemak resides in Jermyn with her husband, Mark, and three children Mason, Maya and Antoinette.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS | The Wright Center, 9 July 2014 [cached]
Linda Thomas-Hemak, MD, President/CEO
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STRP - Scranton Temple Residency Program, 12 Mar 2008 [cached]
Linda Thomas-Hemak, MD - Internal Medicine Program Director, Scranton Temple Residency Program
4:20pm - 4:30pm Concluding Remarks: Linda Thomas-Hemak, MD
4:30pm Adjourn
Faculty, 25 Aug 2005 [cached]
Linda Thomas-Hemak, M.D., Director, Ambulatory Care
Dr Linda Thomas-Hemak, ..., 21 Mar 2012 [cached]
Dr Linda Thomas-Hemak, President and CEO, The Wright Center Linda Thomas-Hemak, MD, President and CEO of The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education and The Wright Center Medical Group, graduated as a Michael DeBakey Scholar from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas and completed Harvard's Medicine/Pediatrics Residency in Boston, MA. She joined The Wright Center in 2000 and became President and CEO in 2012. She has been the Program Director for the well accredited Internal Medicine Residency Program since 2007 and has overseen its successful learning venues at Regional and Moses Taylor hospitals and Wright Centers for Primary Care, as well as its significant expansion with thriving new learning environments at Geisinger Community Medical Center, the Wilkes Barre Veterans Affairs Hospital and within a regional network of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs). As Program Director, she has successfully lead integration of the ACGME, Patient Centered Medical Home and EMR Meaningful Use Competencies into a curriculum matrix and Milestones Based Assessment to meet the standards of the ACGME's Next Accreditation System. She has lead the notable regional and national expansion of The Wright Center's community based Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education Consortium which aims to address America's physician shortage, mal-distribution in rural communities, and related health disparities. She has also served as a Primary Healthcare Specialist consultant for the Bureau of Primary Health Care to promote Teaching Health Center GME funding eligibility at a national level.
Dr. Thomas-Hemak teaches and practices primary care as a dually board certified Internal Medicine and Pediatrics physician, in her hometown of Archbald at The Wright Center for Primary Care Mid Valley. She is a committed advocate of the Patient Centered Medial Home (PCMH) delivery model, promoting patient and community empowerment, constructive consumerism and patient self-management in an environment emphasizing team-based care delivery. She was recently selected to serve on the PCMH Advisory Council, established by statute to assist the Department of Human Services (DHS) in ensuring comprehensive review and development of a PCMH model for Pennsylvania.
Dr. Thomas-Hemak is also an advocate for Electronic Medical Records Meaningful Use, behavioral health integration and inter-professional healthcare workforce development. She has a particular passion for "Closing the Loop" and the leading role of Medical Homes in effective care coordination and transitions of care. She lead The Wright Center for Primary Care Mid Valley's 2011 $6 million new construction project for a medical home educational showcase, which has on site Maternal and Family Health WIC Services, new Dental Hygiene and Behavioral Health service lines and flourishing affiliations with 11 regional academic institutions. This practice is actively engaged in several practice transformation initiatives, including the PAFP's Improving Performance in Practice Residency Program/Community Health Center Collaboratives. She served on the Pennsylvania Department of Health's Chronic Care Steering, Care Transitions, Behavioral Health and Cost Containment committees. This practice also sponsored "The Wright Script," an inter-professional, pharmacy lead "Gold" designated team engaged in HRSA's Patient Safety and Pharmacy Collaborative.
Dr. Thomas-Hemak was a founding board member of The Commonwealth Medical College, Chair of the Academics Coordinating Committee and an active member of the Strategic Planning and Audit committees. She has pioneered implementation of medical home extension School Based Health Center services for The Commonwealth Medical and Lackawanna Community Colleges and inspired new, federally funded, capital construction projects for School Based Health Centers within 4 regional public school districts. Dr. Thomas-Hemak notes her favorite professional activity as leveraging medical education and community resources to optimize patient care delivery within her own community. She is focused on caring for multi-generation families in a team based, "learning" environment and guiding The Wright Center's community-based mission to promote excellence in and the inextricable, responsive linkage of GME and patient care.
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