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Richard W. Long

Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeon

Flagship Cardiac Vascular Thoracic Surgery

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Background Information

Employment History

Superintendent of Schools, Doctor

Riverside County


Chief Marketing Officer

Hamot Medical Center


President of the Erie Division

American Heart Association Inc


Affiliations

Emergycare Inc

Board Member


American College of Chest Physicians

Fellow


Royal College of Surgeons of Canada

Fellow


American College of Cardiology

Fellow


Cleveland Health Network Managed Care

Member of the Surgery Center Board and A Member


American College of Surgeons

Fellow


Education

Colgate University


McGill University Medical School


MD


Web References(37 Total References)


hamot.org | About/Info - Leadership

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Richard W. Long, MD
Richard W. Long, MD Senior Vice President/Chief Medical Officer Richard W. Long, M.D., is senior vice president and chief medical officer at Hamot Medical Center. From 2006 until November 2008, he served as co-chief executive officer and chief medical officer at the Regional Cancer Center in Erie, PA. He is a cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon who practiced at Flagship CVTS.


People Buzz « Manufacturers' Association of Northwest Pennsylvania

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Dr. Richard LongHamot Medical Center recently announced that Dr. Richard Long has earned the designation of Certified Physician Executive from the Certifying Commission in Medical Management.He serves as the chief medical officer at Hamot and is a partner at Flagship CVTS where he practices cardio-thoracic surgery. First National Bank Announces Promotion


Saint Vincent and Hamot square off

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Every doctor in town is worried about the back stabbing between the two," said Richard Long, M.D., a cardiothoracic surgeon with Flagship Cardiac Vascular Thoracic Surgery (CVTS), a heart practice based at Hamot."It's not a good atmosphere to work in, especially since many doctors work at both hospitals.And PCPs don't want to see one hospital get weaker than the other."Long was one of a group of five heart surgeons affiliated with Saint Vincent who relocated to Flagship CVTS last year.He would not elaborate on that decision, but said the group continues to perform surgeries at both hospitals. Long and the other members of Cardiopulmonary and Peripheral Vascular Associates were not forced to leave, said Cogley.Aggressive competition from those cities is "a very real thought on everyone's mind," said Long, who feels a consolidation would have strengthened Saint Vincent and Hamot's presence in the expanding market.Down the road, he said increased competition will hurt the whole community, physicians and patients, because of the amount of money that will be spent on advertising instead of on patient care."The mudslinging back and forth doesn't help public perceptions," said Long.


Saint Vincent and Hamot square off

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Every doctor in town is worried about the back stabbing between the two," said Richard Long, M.D., a cardiothoracic surgeon with Flagship Cardiac Vascular Thoracic Surgery (CVTS), a heart practice based at Hamot."It's not a good atmosphere to work in, especially since many doctors work at both hospitals.And PCPs don't want to see one hospital get weaker than the other."Long was one of a group of five heart surgeons affiliated with Saint Vincent who relocated to Flagship CVTS last year.He would not elaborate on that decision, but said the group continues to perform surgeries at both hospitals. Long and the other members of Cardiopulmonary and Peripheral Vascular Associates were not forced to leave, said Cogley.Aggressive competition from those cities is "a very real thought on everyone's mind," said Long, who feels a consolidation would have strengthened Saint Vincent and Hamot's presence in the expanding market.Down the road, he said increased competition will hurt the whole community, physicians and patients, because of the amount of money that will be spent on advertising instead of on patient care."The mudslinging back and forth doesn't help public perceptions," said Long.Free Offer! Get Daily News Briefs by Email © 1996-2002, Physician's News Digest, Inc.All rights reserved.Delaware Valley Edition


Board of Directors | Emergycare

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Dr. Richard Long
Chief Medical Officer, UPMC Hamot


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