BROCKTON – Following an extensive search, Good Samaritan Medical Center has chosen Tenny John Thomas, MD, FACEP, MHL, as its Chief Medical Officer.

A resident of North Attleboro, MA, Dr. Thomas is highly experienced in Medical Management, with a focus on Emergency Medicine and Wound Care. He did his undergraduate work and received his Medical Degree from the College of Science at Sultan Qaboos University in Muscat, Oman. He completed internships at the Royal Hospital and Sultan Qaboos University Hospital in the Departments of Medicine, Surgery, and Pediatrics. He selected George Washington University Hospital, Washington, DC for his residency. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine and has his Master’s in Health Care Leadership from Brown University, Providence, RI.

Recently, Dr. Thomas has been serving as the Chief of the Emergency Department at Morton Hospital, Taunton, also a Steward Network Hospital.  Prior to joining Morton, Thomas served in the ED at Steward’s St. Anne’s Hosptial, Fall River and was instrumental in opening the wound center at St. Anne’s.

“We are honored to welcome Tenny Thomas to the Good Samaritan Medical Center staff,” said John Jurczyk, FACHE, President of Good Samaritan Medical Center. “He has been within the Steward Network of Hospitals for quite some time and will bring with him the extensive knowledge he has gained from his tenure as Emergency Department Chief – one of the most comprehensive clinical appointments in any hospital.”

“In addition to his talent as a physician, Dr. Thomas has a proven track record of results driven leadership,” commented Jurczyk. “Tenny will be a tremendous asset to the medical center, and I am confident that he will not only meet the standards achieved by the patient care team at our facility, but raise them even higher.”

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