John Morley, MD
Chief Physician Executive – Population Health, Adirondack Health Institute
Dr. Morley has been a practicing physician for over 30 years. He graduated with a B.S. in Biology from Iona College in 1977, and an M.D. from St. George’s University in 1982. He completed residency training and Board Certification in Internal Medicine and Anesthesiology and did fellowships in Pulmonary, Infectious Disease, and Critical Care. For 4 years, he was the Medical Director of the Anesthesia Screening Unit at Albany Medical Center and in 2001 being appointed Hospital Medical Director where he served until 2005. In 2005, he was appointed by Governor Pataki to the role of Medical Director of the Office of Health Systems Management in the New York State Department of Health where he remained until 2011. In 2011, Dr. Morley was appointed Deputy Chief Medical Officer for the largest municipal hospital system in the U.S. – Health & Hospitals Corporation. Dr. Morley is currently the Chief Physician Executive for Population Health at Adirondack Health Institute in Glens Falls, New York.
Adirondack Health Institute is an independent 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization licensed under the New York State Public Health Law as an Article 28 Central Services Facility. Since 1987, AHI has supported hospitals, physician practices, behavioral health providers, community-based organizations and others in the region in sharing our vision and mission of transforming health care and improving population health. A joint venture of Adirondack Health, Glens Falls Hospital, Hudson Headwaters Health Network, St. Lawrence Health System, and the University of Vermont Health Network – Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital, AHI’s mission is to create transformative initiatives to improve access to health care services allowing the residents of the Adirondack region to realize their full potential and live a healthy life. For more information, please visit www.ahihealth.org.
AHI is an independent, non-profit organization supporting hospitals, physician practices, behavioral health providers, community-based organizations, patients and others in our region to transform health care and improve population health.