St. Anthony Regional Hospital has named Kyle Ulveling, MD, FACC to the newly created, part-time position of Chief Medical Officer (CMO).
“We recognize the importance of physician leadership both in the clinical practice of the hospital and with recruitment of new providers and programs within the system,” said Ed Smith, President and CEO of St. Anthony. “That was the reason the CMO position has been created and we are thrilled that Dr. Ulveling has agreed to serve in this role.”
Responsibilities of the CMO will be to assist in quality and patient-safety initiatives, be a conduit between surrounding communities and the medical staff at St. Anthony, support the elected medical staff leaders and provide leadership in evaluating new clinical programs and technology.
Dr. Ulveling will continue his full-time cardiology practice at the Iowa Heart Center and perform inpatient procedures at St. Anthony.
“Dr. Ulveling has demonstrated innovative approaches to challenges and a desire to make an impact in the community and beyond,” Smith said. “As a Carroll resident, he and his family have been actively involved in supporting and impacting our area and we appreciate that initiative both inside and outside of the hospital.”
Born in Carroll and raised in Breda, Dr. Ulveling graduated from Kuemper Catholic High School. He earned his bachelor’s degree in biology and medical doctorate from Creighton University. He started his career as a cardiologist at the Iowa Heart Center in Carroll in 2013. He is board certified in Cardiology, Echocardiography and Nuclear Cardiology.
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