Primary Health Network Appoints Hogue CMO

SHARON, Pa. – Primary Health Network has appointed Dr. Angela Hogue as chief medical officer. She succeeds Dr. George Garrow who was appointed CEO in June.

As CMO, Hogue will set the direction for PHN’s clinical operations, oversee quality and infection control, and provide leadership in collaboration with local health systems, other community-based providers, as well as academic institutions.

“Dr. Hogue is an experienced, enthusiastic, and celebrated physician who has dedicated her career to providing compassionate and quality care to at-risk patients and underserved communities,” says Garrow. “I believe Dr. Hogue’s clinical vision and proven leadership will strengthen our clinical development efforts and support the progress of the community health center mission within the communities we serve.”

Hogue joined Primary Health Network in 2016 as the lead medical physician for Greenville Community Health Center. She earned her medical degree from Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, and completed her family practice residency training there as well, serving as chief resident.

“Primary Health Network stands as a bridge to promote the health and wellness of individuals, families, and communities, rooted in a commitment to service and empathy,” says Hogue. “As a community health leader, I am committed to supporting the extensive initiatives and programming that have made Primary Health Network a leader in high quality, patient-centered care. I plan to develop outreach and partnerships that support this mission.”

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